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heating & is this normal

2009-08-28, 1:49 AM

Is it normal for the Ideapad510 to heat up so fast. It isnt to the point where it shots down, but I can evemn feel the heat in the area nest to the touchpad... the fan isnt buzzing, but it isnt silent either. Please let me know if this is normal or something I should get checked

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Re: heating & is this normal

2009-08-28, 2:19 AM

download everest and see what temperature your CPU is running at. 

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Re: heating & is this normal

2009-08-28, 2:38 AM

i have core temp anf it looks like low temp is 56 C anf high is 63

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Re: heating & is this normal

2009-08-28, 2:48 AM

So if you load the CPU at 100% it only reaches 63 degrees?

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Re: heating & is this normal

2009-08-28, 2:53 AM

it says Tj. Max 85 C

 

does that make sense?

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Re: heating & is this normal

2009-08-28, 2:58 AM

Tj max is the temperature that your CPU will underclock at to prevent further overheating. 

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Re: heating & is this normal

2009-08-28, 3:01 AM

ok...well its not showing me a 100% load...just showing a high and low...

 

shuuld i try everest instead

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Re: heating & is this normal

2009-08-28, 3:28 AM

ctrl + alt + del ... it should tell you the cpu load in percentage, and you can look at the everest for temperature. 63 degrees doesn't sound to bad, if it gets to over 70 degrees constantly, then you should watch out.

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Re: heating & is this normal

2009-09-17, 17:05 PM

Y510 with only 63 C at full load? Man, you're lucky - these a consiedered as low talking about Y510. Normal values for this model under load are about 75 and even higher if you forgot to clean the dust.

The main reason for such high temps is videocard that heats much more than CPU. No, it's not replaceable anyhow by practice.

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