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Asus G75VX - Running Battlefield3 ->> NOISE AND 100% USING CPU

rrasus
Level 7
Hey,
3 weeks ago I bought the asus g75vx.
Since the 1st day I think it makes some noise , I think it is the fan, but I think is normal because it is a high-performance laptop.
Today for the first time I played a game that pulls a little more for PC: battlefield 3 online and while playing with headphones and heard a noise in the ears along the left side of the laptop.
I minimized the game and open the task manager and was being used 100% of the CPU, I found this a little strange and then opened the CPUID Hardware Monitor to check the temperatures.
I honestly do not know much about temperatures but they seemed a bit high for over 70 ..
I'm a bit worried because about this situation, because I never had any high-performance plaptop.
Appreciate very much if someone could tell me if this is normal ..
Cumps,


Links with printscreens showing what happened:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/k3x5pn - Task Manager, use 99%,
http://www.sendspace.com/file/nqq1v4 - CPUID HARDWARE MONITOR
http://www.sendspace.com/file/3w1lrh - Task Manager and also CPUID
http :// www.sendspace.com/file/l109zc - CPUID HARDWARE Monitor with laptop without running nothing - 71º
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Sagi
Level 7
If the temperatures stays @ 70c you have nothing to worry about.

Try to use MSI afterburner or something like that.
The King of the north!

thanks for the answer!
sorry my ignorance but MSI afterbuerner is ussed for what?

pathfindercod
Level 8
Afterburner is used for monitoring gpu temp, usage, overclocking if you desire.

Sagi
Level 7
Or downclocking if you want to try that - Some people use it to test the tempatures etc.

It's easy to use and doesn't require a lot of knowlege about OC'ing 🙂 If you still have problems using it, you should take a look at youtube. There is plenty of guides that might help you out.
The King of the north!