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My CPU Core and GPU temperature problem
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Hi guys ,
i'm facing a problem now, i bought new laptop just 1 month ago ,its ASUS N55S i5 2430M and Geforce 555m ,normally when i do nothing the temperature of my CPU Core is around 55C' ,but when i playing online game ---World of Warcraft (WoW) ,temperature of my CPU Core jump to 85 C' and GPU is around 70 C 'SadThe fan on my laptop is OK and its constantly running,and so far from now my system do not have any virus and my Windows Update is up to date !)
is where anyone can tell me its normal or safety for the this situation ? i mean that my high CPU temperature and GPU temperature ?Huh
Any advice are welcome ?Blush

And this is my laptop information image and Captures when i do nothing and another one is when i playing online game ...

http://s10.postimage.org/fahgm5ih5/Capture34.png (when i run HWiNFO64 every time it is always stop here for several second i don't know why ,and my all drives its working )
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I think your temperatures are still in the safe range. Problematic would be above 90-95 C, about 100 C would approach a thermal shutdown (depending on particular CPU/GPU junction temperature).
If you want to reduce the temperature, a repasting (applying a better thermal paste between CPU/GPU and heat spreader) should help. Check some notebook forums (e.g. notebookreview) for more details and user experiences.
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(11-30-2011, 06:07 PM)Martin Wrote: I think your temperatures are still in the safe range. Problematic would be above 90-95 C, about 100 C would approach a thermal shutdown (depending on particular CPU/GPU junction temperature).
If you want to reduce the temperature, a repasting (applying a better thermal paste between CPU/GPU and heat spreader) should help. Check some notebook forums (e.g. notebookreview) for more details and user experiences.

i got ''Cooler Master'' ,which put it under laptop,but it seems like an adornment.... because for this model of my laptop ,the thermal wind out from both sides not like normal laptop's design

and do u think if i redo the Thermal Compound to my laptop's CPU ,and then it will become more better ,and it's good idea if u bring my laptop to ASUS service center ?
And thank you for helping me ~~~~



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