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Windows 7: [Question]Safe Temperature


21 Dec 2010   #1

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[Question]Safe Temperature

Well,have just bought Acer TimelineX 4820TG.

Just want to know,what is the safe range of temperature for the cpu and gpu?especially during gaming.

Mine reaches a maximum of 90 degree celcius,is that normal?I feel hot on my resting palm on the laptop~kinda worry~


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21 Dec 2010   #2

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For CPU, it should be under 60. For GPU it should be under 70 or 75 atleast.

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Mine reaches a maximum of 90 degree celcius,is that normal?
Normal?? That's totally ABNORMAL. You'll ruin ouir card with that temps. If you've overclocked your card, reset it to default. Overclocking increases card's load and temp. make sure you've proper cooling. Don't game with that temp (90C) ever.
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21 Dec 2010   #3

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Welcome
This artice about the comptuer, about 1/4 of the way down gives information about your computer and heat, based upon anothers experience.
While 90 does seem more than a bit high, read the article.
http://forum.notebookreview.com/acer...iscussion.html
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21 Dec 2010   #4

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hmm..it seems my temp goes a bit higher ..overclocked??what does it mean??
And,is there any solution for high temp?
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21 Dec 2010   #5

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21 Dec 2010   #6
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by sonejason View Post
hmm..it seems my temp goes a bit higher ..overclocked??what does it mean??
And,is there any solution for high temp?
On a Notebook like this, you can lower the temp by about 10F with a coolpad: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage....egories&ks=960
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21 Dec 2010   #7
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That 90C the GPU or CPU? Laptop on a hard flat surface or sitting in a lap?

Also you can get an idea as to what kind of temps to expect on it from here (as well as what kind of performance to expect),

Review Acer Aspire 4820TG Timeline X Notebook - Notebookcheck.net Reviews
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21 Dec 2010   #8

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Well,i guess i have the idea!Thx guys~
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21 Dec 2010   #9

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by richc46 View Post
Welcome
This artice about the comptuer, about 1/4 of the way down gives information about your computer and heat, based upon anothers experience.
While 90 does seem more than a bit high, read the article.
Acer Aspire TimelineX 5820TG Review + discussion.
Here's the Owner's Lounge at notebookreview for that model. Settle in, 271 pages
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23 Dec 2010   #10

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Thx
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