Core temperature too high? Tags: Prebuilt CPUs Temperature Systems Product Last response: February 24, 2012 11:18 PM in Systems Share Ashir February 14, 2012 10:19:06 PM Hi guys, I bough a Toshiba Satellite P775-S7234 about a month ago. I was playing Burnout Paradise Ultimate Box with all at max with 65 FPS and in an ALT+TAB change I saw that both cores rech 86º C. Now, I know that on I7 cores should NOT reach 85º C because that endangers CPU longevity but I don't know if in this particular case it's a problem to be worried about. I think it should be because: A) It's a Core i5 and B) It's a mobile CPU. Anyway, if the cores are too hot, what is the safe margin for this CPU? Thanks. P.D: * I'm using W7U x64 * Lastest drivers, BIOS, etc * Using AIDA64 Extreme Edition to monitor temperatures * Cooling settings set to max always More about : core temperature high Ashir February 24, 2012 11:18:38 PM I still want to know the maximum safe temperature for this CPU... m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Which temperature i should keep my eyes on in case it gets too high, CPU temp or Core temp ? Forum Core 2 Duo E6600 Temperature too high Forum SolvedCPU Core Temperatures Too High? Forum SolvedIs mobo temperature too high at 41C? Forum SolvedCPU Temperature - Too high? Forum SolvedAsus MOBO temperature too high? Forum SolvedHelp, CPU Temperature too high Forum Solvedi7 4790 temperature too high? Forum Solvedcpu temperature too high Forum SolvedCPU Temperature too high? Forum SolvedGPU temperature too high? Forum SolvedCPU Temperature too high! Forum SolvedAMD FX 8350 Temperature too high? Forum SolvedNEED HELP Cpu temperature way too high Forum Solvedcpu temperature too high while gaming, crosses 100C Forum SolvedFX 8210 temperature too high Forum Solvedi5 3550 Too high idle and load temperature? Forum CPU Temperature too high underload i7 4790K Forum Solvedcore i7 4790 & asus-h97-plus temperature seems high Forum Help! 4790k temperature way too high! Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !