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mailman00
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Lenovo Y50-70 Heating

Im just wondering if these temps are normal?

 

http://s10.postimg.org/n69g5nx7d/Untitled.png

 

This was me playing battlefield 4 campaign at 1080p medium and 2 settings high. It was on a wooden table with nothing beetween the table and nothing near the laptop in general to make sure I got accurate temps.

 

When I played l4d2 maxed out 1080p on my lap my CPU hit a max of 99 Celcius on one core so im wondering if the heating is broken or if this laptop gets really hot and I should get a cooling pad.

 

**Note: By the way the screenshots are after playing so look at max temp not current or minimum.

 

 

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Re: Lenovo Y50-70 Heating

Hi mailman00 ,

 

 

Welcome to the Community Forums . 

 

You can check on this discussion similar to your query for a baseline temperature for different games.

Nowadays , most pc has would shutdown on its own to protect the CPU in occation of overheating. 

 

Ideally running the pc on minimum applications like clean boot when playing would help and likewise assuring that there is no running 3rd party application that can contribute to additional processes like malwares/ virus .

 

Ensure that the vents and filters are clean and not obtructed and if you feel a need for additional accessory to keep it cool, then no harm on protecting a well earned laptop . 

 

Hope this answered your query. 

 

 

Regards



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