[HELP] Max load temp for a gaming laptop
guys i need to know , the best feasible load temp of a gaming laptop
i am using dell n5110 i5 sandy with nvidia gt 525 1gb dedicated gpu.
it is serving very well on gaming, but i am worried about load temps
on load its gpu reaches upto 82c , 83c
and its cpu reaches 95c, 98c
whereas the idle temp of cpu remains between 50 to 55................some times 60 ( on casual work like browsing, streaming)........
is there anything to worry about?
i bought a laptop cooling pad but it is like a crap,,, didnt help in lowering the load temps
laptops do tend to get hot so u realy dont have to worry. Although its on a pretty high range but normal for laptop to handle.... Plus its realy tooo hot weather rite now so temps would fall around 10 degree in spring/winters...
well is it a gud idea to spend some cash on a gud laptop gaming cooling pad?
Originally Posted by haroonshaikh
which one should i buy?
Cooling pads are crap, just use ur laptop on flat hard surface like 4x4 inch piece of wood at bottom, try not to cover
a cooling pad comes around 1k of cooler master... Dat wont reduce the temps by much.... Dey just have a single low rpm fan... But u can buy it for ur satisfaction..
Last edited by smaaz; 06-05-12 at 08:22 PM.
non of the ventilations are blocked while gaming,
i know about these things,
in spite of using cooling pad , its still couldnt lower the temps,,,,,,,,,,,,
has any one used this?
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galaxy selling it for 5500rs.
i have read its reviews on amazon.com
people says , this cooler successfully lowered their laptops load temps on gaming by significant difference of 15 to 20c,
if it is really true , then i think spending some extra cash wont be a bad idea to enhance laptop life.
5500 for that crap? Not worth it.
Originally Posted by Pakiyoungster
i am using a plain mirror under my Dell XPS 17 one edge i have is my battery is 9 cell so this huge battery gives very nice bump
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