I have a 1GB Mobility Radeon HD 5650 in my laptop, GPU-Z shows it's getting up to 90 degrees Celsius (194 degrees Fahrenheit) while gaming. Is this safe? I got this laptop stock from HP, no overclocking or anything.
Laptops have horible cooling.Most vent on the bottom and sides and most of the time they are covered up(thats why it's called a "laptop" but maks cooling impossible).Very poor air circulation would lead to high temps.
Seems that their are lots of people getting high temps with the same card as you.Mostly a laptop thing.
My reccomendtion would be to set the fan speed to 80% if u can.Or set-up sometime of profile for the fan.
Also a great idea that Helltech said was to get a cooling station.
Max temp for 5650 is around 90c maybe a little higher but it's right on the edge.You should tihnk of a cooling soultion and don't do anything strenious so that it doesn't overheat.
man!!!!! 90 degree celcius? thats a bit too high.. try to use a great cooling pad or manually speed up the gfx card fan.. that could help reduce a bit degrees...
i've never gone over 69 degrees even after 5 hours of gameplay with full load..