Are you running any applications or other softwares in the background?
idle temperature can be higher than average if lots of background applications are running.
Hi, thank you for replying.
I do have couple of programs running, such as chromes, antivirus, skype, etc. (My CPU usage is less than 15% btw)
Also, when I start up the computer, the temperature spring up to 42-45 almost immediately after startup programs settle down.
I'm kind of worry at the moment because I don't expect the temperature to go up this high by just these utility programs instead of graphic/processor demanding games.
IMPORTANT EDIT: I found out that during I plugged in charger, my temperature rose from 60C to 80-85C almost immediately during gaming (Path of Exile).
I tried to look at graphics and processor settings during plugged in and on battery, but they are set to same levels anyway.
P.S. From further experiment, I do gain 5-8C less once I unplug the charger. (I usually keep it plugged because I usually play battery-consuming games.)