Lately, I've be worried about the temperature that my laptop (G551JW-DS71) reaches, that is about 94°C. I got the laptop about 8 days ago, but I test it the first day.
I work with CG (3D modeling and rendering), and when the processor is in heavy load, like when it is rendering, it could heat until the degrees I named before, and it stays there until the render is done, which could be hours, I already use a coolpad which worked very well with my previous laptop, which was a HP Pavilion G4, and it decreased the temperatures from 80°C to 70-75°C in heavy load in the HP.
On the other hand, while heavy gaming the processor used to get 85°C, and the GPU is between 70-75°C, then, I putted the Max Processor State at 99% to disable TurboBoost and while heavy gaming it dropped the CPU temperature from 85°C to 80°C, but while rendering or making simulations the temperature still stays at 94°C.
I used XTU and HWMonitor to measure the temperature, I'll post some images of it below.
I already read some posts about this same topic, and I've been seeing that is something normal in gaming laptops, but still I am a little afraid as this could cause serious damages because this is the laptop I'll use for working and studying and it is a little difficult to me buying powerful computers every time while I do not have a good income.
I hope for your opinions, thanks in advance!.
As you mention you use the laptop for 3d rendering. I also bought it for photo-video editing and also do not have that good income
in order to buy a new powerful laptop often
After one month of use and finding my self writing on the forum complaining for overheating etc for a laptop cost of 1200 euro does
not make me happy at all.
From what i searched i did not find somebody talking for so high temperatures as we do. Many of the threats are talking about gpu and
if you have any further info please inform me. let s hope we will find a solution