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ASUS ROG G750JM temp

im using sketchup 2014 and vray 2.0 . while rendering, my cpu and motherboard temp reached 95c with cooling pad. my friend has alienware 17 and it only reaches 80c with cooling pad. is there any problem with my laptop? asus rog g750jm.
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  1. Is the fan running? Is the laptop sitting on a flat surface with nothing blocking the intake or exhaust ports for the fan?
  2. The vents may be blocked and some dust or particles may be there on the fan.
  3. Are you still looking for help with this issue or not?
  4. no blocking on vents. i placed it in a cooling pad.but still it goes up to 95c when rendering in vray. y.
  5. the fan is running though
  6. What are you using to monitor the temps? What temp are you looking at, there are several cpu temperatures and some of them are not accurate and should be ignored. You want to look at cpu0 or individual cpu core temps. The cpu socket temp tends to run much higher on average and although high readings are not desireable it seems that on laptops, and on AMD units in particular, many of these temps are misleading.

    Can you tell me what you are using to monitor the temps, I'd recommend something like HWinfo, http://www.hwinfo.com/download.php. See if you can post a screenshot of the high temps by following these steps: http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2173703/post-images-tomshardware-guide.html
  7. Do as darkbreeze says and i dont think that mobo/cpu temp could be of 95 degree or else it would have shown bsod or something like that. Use the app and check the correct temp.
  8. im using speccy in monitoring my temp


  9. this is my temp when rendering on sketchup + vray
  10. LJ Rosales said:


    this is my temp when rendering on sketchup + vray


    Can u give a screenshot?
  11. Is that socket or package temp, or core0 temp?
  12. abhisekzok said:
    LJ Rosales said:


    this is my temp when rendering on sketchup + vray


    Can u give a screenshot?

    Yeah, I asked that already. I even gave instructions on how to do it. Not going to ask again. It's hard to help people when they won't help themselves.
  13. how will i know which of them is the socket, package temp, or core0 temp?because when i run HWinfo there are two options, the status and the summary.
  14. http://www.techpowerup.com/realtemp/ use this and tell us the temp of the cores. This is a straight forward app.
  15. When you run HWinfo, at startup there is a window that will allow you to check status only or sensors only. If you check sensors only and then ok the sensors window will open by itself. Or, in the main window you can click on sensors.
  16. https://www.dropbox.com/s/pbph7gyyxgay0b3/temp.png

    these are my temps sir, i cannot post a picture even i followed the instructions. i used dropbox
  17. Best answer
    Those core temps are definitely too hot even at 100% load which is what you have. Apparently there are no settings for the fan in the BIOS although I'd double check this. You should probably go into control panel and power options and navigate to the advanced power options.

    Open the processor power management category and check the following three items.

    Minimum processor state. Make sure both on battery and plugged in are set to 5%.

    System cooling policy. Make sure this is set to passive.(Reductions in core settings affect core temperatures far more quickly than fan speed ever will.).

    Maximum processor state. Set both settings to 99%. This will stop the cpu from being used in Turbo mode. You can change this back later depending on what happens with the temps.

    Reboot and see if there is any improvement.
  18. Yep the temps are really hot, even at ideal temp. Do what darkbreeze says and if those thing does not work, you may need to clean the inside of the lappy and replace thermal compound. And switch off the hyperthreading if it helps.
  19. You know, I don't know. I did a double check with MY HP Envy m6 and in AMD Overdrive while it's showing 26c to thermal limit, meaning it's 26c below what we feel is max safe temp, but at the same time my HWinfo is showing 96c on CPU0 package which we believe is too high in almost all cases.

    At the same time my core temp is showing around 50c. So maybe it's designed that way. I dunno. I sure as f@#$ wish they would design a clear cut temp standard that all processors, hardware, monitoring devices and sensors could adhere to. Something simple that specifically determines, hey, stay below temp x, and all reporting hardware actually reports the same temp specification as the one used to gauge temp x.

    Just stay below this spec and you're good, go over it and it's bad. Like Camp Chaos Napster bad. Fire bad, Fire baaaaaddddddddd!!! Cooler goooooooooooooddddd! Anyhow. Got carried away for a minute there.

    So, none of this cpu0, cpu core, cpu socket, cpu package, thermal limit differential, Tcase, Tjunction, Intel temp vs AMD temp, these temp sensors don't read right, those temp sensors need to add this and subtract that. Why is it so incomprehensible to the engineers to establish ONE temp specification across the board for processors and determine what that thermal limit is for each cpu line and stick it in the manual and call it a day.

    Whew. I'm done.
  20. this generally happens in the case of lappy i suppose, but my pc gives accurate readings like my avg temp is 60 and my gaming temp is around 80 which is high since i overclocked it. Well if u cant do anything about the lappy(replacing the thermal compund etc) might as well stick with the current temp and try to keep it below the max temp or u could set the max temp to cut off the cpu in the bios so that the cpu does not fry up and hence destroying the whole lappy. U can also give it to a store to doublecheck the that there is no dust or something on the heatsink if u cant do it manually(i had a problem like this). For now do the bios thing.
  21. His BIOS doesn't have any settings to control temp that I saw. He can however go into the power control options like I said before and set the max power settings to 99% and the min power settings to 5%. That will stop turbo core from kicking in and should keep the temps down. Performance will of course take a little bit of a hit though.
  22. it actually works sir darkbreeze! as i render my 3d work, it now reaches up to 75c. and i think thats enough for the temp. thankyou! also im using my lappy for 1mo.
  23. U have the same lappy darkbreeze? And if thats true then only option is the setting the power limit. Btw asus rog series mobos should have that in the bios or maybe i am wrong.
  24. by the way, what is the difference of the passive and active of System cooling policy?

    im usng power4gear high performance for my power plan.
  25. Passive cooling means slowing down the cpu before increasing the fan speed, and active cooling means increasing the fan speed with the processor output. Active is generally used in processor intensive task and will make the blower/fan go at full speed and passive is used for less stressful tasks like net surfing, youtube etc. Active may take more power as a result.
  26. abhisekzok said:
    Passive cooling means slowing down the cpu before increasing the fan speed, and active cooling means increasing the fan speed with the processor output. Active is generally used in processor intensive task and will make the blower/fan go at full speed and passive is used for less stressful tasks like net surfing, youtube etc. Active may take more power as a result.


    Exactly, and more power equals more heat. So if you're trying to reduce heat, reduce power. You'll take a hit in overall processing speed but that's better than burning your processor up. I think I'm going to invent a secondary cooling system for laptops that actually works, unlike the cooling pads. I guess they are better than nothing but not by much. You can also try putting some adhesive backed rubber bumpers on the bottom to raise the laptop up off the table surface. I got about a 3c difference in temp by doing this. You want some that are about double the height of the ones that are part of the laptop.
  27. My friend also has the same problem of overheating of lappy namely an i5 lappy only 8days old. His temps are 80+. I think there is an overall problem with laptops overheating due to cramped space and poor airflow.
  28. Especially when gaming. Laptops really are not designed for gaming because of the increased heat inside the case from the GPU. Even so called "gaming" laptops seem to have heat issues. Now, back to inventing a secondary cooler. Heh.
  29. Well good luck with that, show me some pics when ur done. (y) :D
  30. as i turned my cooling into passive, does it hit the performance? like im playing AC4, watchdogs and nba 2k14.
  31. LJ Rosales said:
    as i turned my cooling into passive, does it hit the performance? like im playing AC4, watchdogs and nba 2k14.


    yes, a bit but not much
  32. while playing, there is a blink that occur and i noticed that my active apps also refreshes. i dont know why

    like browsing, it crashes to desktop after the blink and the app icons on the taskbar also refreshes.it doesnt close the apps, just restart
  33. If dropping your max performance to 99% worked you probably don't need to also turn the cooling policy to passive. Set it back to active unless it continues to get too hot. If you are having apps restart without windows crashing there is probably still an issue. Whether it's hardware or something else in windows I don't know but it would be unusual to have a crash that doesn't result in either a freeze of the system or a bsod with a restart needed. It might be that the system is throttling because of temps and that's affecting applications that have a minimum processing speed requirement. I don't know really as your issue is an unfamiliar one.
  34. Well, i know that my pc lags and suffers when its overheated like about 80 degree and hence slowing my whole pc down. Do this, decrease the volt a slight more and run in active cooling state and check if there is still performance degradation or overheating .
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