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asus rog g750jm temperature

hi i am using the sketchup and vray application. while rendering, i run my speccs app and my temp goes 85-95 celcius. is this normal on rendering?or do i need a cooling pad?thank you!
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  1. not sure if its normal for those applications but in general 85-95 C is hot and I would recommend a cooling pad.
  2. If it's a laptop, yes, those are normal. Laptops are made to run hot, considering how slim they are and how little cooling and airflow they have. Engineers have thought this all out! lol. But if you are concerned, get a cheap little USB cooling pad.
  3. im using asus g750jm laptop.it is said have better cooling system than alienware.i dont know if those temps are normal though
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    It may have better cooling then Alienware, but ALL laptops get hot. Sometimes my GPU hits 100c and it's been alive and good for 6 years running now! Hope it helped.
  5. thank you sir. but upon rendering my work, my cpu and motherboard hits 85-95c. but my gpu only hits 40c
  6. LJ Rosales said:
    thank you sir. but upon rendering my work, my cpu and motherboard hits 85-95c. but my gpu only hits 40c


    Hmmmm..... where is this laptop situated at?
  7. at my living area. i made a dock so there will be an air circulation under my laptop.
  8. LJ Rosales said:
    at my living area. i made a dock so there will be an air circulation under my laptop.


    Ok, that's good, as long as it's not on like a flat metal table. But yes, USB fans are the best.
  9. ok sir.thank you. can i ask another question? sometimes, while shutting down my pc, an error is ocurring. driver_power_state_failure .what is the problem ?
  10. This is interesting, I also have an ASUS G750JM. I use Autocad and my CPU or GPU never reach anywhere near that. The highest I have ever seen is like 75 on the CPU and like 55 on the GPU which is pretty dang cool for a laptop. Try cleaning you fans? or laptop cooling pad is an option although I would try your fans first.
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