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  • hamster603
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    Originally posted by Josh View Post
    Buy a notebook cooler if you are using it for sustained periods of time.
    i have, it the targus chill mat.... its rubbish so i just oreded coolermaster u3

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  • Josh
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    Buy a notebook cooler if you are using it for sustained periods of time.

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  • Traldera
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    Originally posted by benzeman View Post
    Ignore coretemp. 90 is too high for a desktop, but laptops can go over 115 degrees for ages.
    Its more that if it goes over the 90 degrees it will auto-shutdown, which obviously is a pain in the ***

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  • hamster603
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    Originally posted by benzeman View Post
    Ignore coretemp. 90 is too high for a desktop, but laptops can go over 115 degrees for ages.
    Tanks guy and the gpu is ok too?

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  • benzeman
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    Ignore coretemp. 90 is too high for a desktop, but laptops can go over 115 degrees for ages.

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  • hamster603
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    but coretemp says 90c max :S

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  • Traldera
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    I think you only need to get worried if the laptop begins to auto-shutdown. If it does start to do that something is wrong as its exceeded the manufacturers desired safe limit. If as with yours its running as normal dell have decided its within the safe zone for the laptop so you should be fine

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  • ChrisGlobe
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    That's fine. I've done video rendering on my laptop, managed to pass the 100c mark! It's at that point you get worried!

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  • hamster603
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    Originally posted by Seb.F View Post
    Tbh that's not too bad for a laptop, temp limits are usually higher on them anyway.

    I regularly sit at 80ish while gaming for a few hours.
    yer but thats only 10min :L and its more 85 :/

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  • Seb.F
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    Tbh that's not too bad for a laptop, temp limits are usually higher on them anyway.

    I regularly sit at 80ish while gaming for a few hours.

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  • hamster603
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    for applying thurmo compound to cpu do i only apply a very small amount on the black blocks of the cpu?

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  • hamster603
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    with it in. any idea to lower it? i thinking of doing this: http://blog.parts-people.com/2012/04...-installation/

    but looks a bit hard :/

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  • Traldera
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    Hmmm they are a tad on the high end, they are not unsafe by any means, just very close to the auto-off limits. Is that with or without the charger plugged in?

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  • hamster603
    started a topic safe temps for dell N5010?

    safe temps for dell N5010?

    Hello i have been playing around on my dell inspiron r15 on sants row3 and othergames.


    my worry is i have seen temps getting upto (82c on the cpu 10min play) and 5650m (83 10min play) is this safe?


    i am using the rubbish targus chill mat too help cool.




    thanks you for your time
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