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My CPU reaches 81 degrees Celsius after playing GTA V for 3 minutes!Please help me!

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Hi to all,


I am a bit concerned about my CPU,it reached 81 degrees Celsius after playing GTA V for 3 minutes!

I use ThrottleStop and I have undervolted my CPU.

My laptop's model is Lenovo Ideapad Y-700-15ISK ,and the CPU is i7-6700 HQ @ 2.60 GHz up to 3.50 GHz.

Please help me!

Thanks to all in advance!

Here are screenshots from the ThottleStop configuration for the Game profile and the CPU undervolting:
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1. You are on a laptop, a business 1,they have garbage cooling and cramped space

2. Your room temperatures determine how cool any computer runs.

You have 6 choices.
Read a Book on how to build, troubleshoot and repair pcs and laptops.
Safest bet would be to take to a shop.
Get a laptop cooler.
Get a Gaming Laptop.
Build a Gaming PC.
Did I mention, Take to shop.
Quit screwing with computers and get a Console.
 
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1.My laptop is a gaming laptop
2.I already use a cooling pad

And I have never had problems with CPU overheating!

Please tell me how to configure ThrottleStop,to use the SpeedShift feature not the Speedstep feature!
 
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Are you hitting 81 with or without Throttlestop running? Assuming throttlestop isn't running. Go down the list. Make sure airflow isn't the issue: check that the the vents are clean and unobstructed; fan is running properly and aren't broken.
 

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1.My laptop is a gaming laptop
2.I already use a cooling pad

And I have never had problems with CPU overheating!

Please tell me how to configure ThrottleStop,to use the SpeedShift feature not the Speedstep feature!
Deselect speedstep
 
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Are you hitting 81 with or without Throttlestop running? Assuming throttlestop isn't running. Go down the list. Make sure airflow isn't the issue: check that the the vents are clean and unobstructed; fan is running properly and aren't broken.
I got 81 degrees Celsius with ThrottleStop running.

The airflow isn't the issue,the vents are clean and the fans are fine too.
 
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dude just build the crappiest gaming rig possible and it will be miles better than that laptop.

consoles are for wussies.
 

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CPU and GPU should not be on the same heat pipe as the CPU has to deal with a 960m's heat out put as well as its own.

Cranking software settings to lower temps will just have you posting complaining of lost performance
Man up and get a desktop as this laptop is always causing you to post problems here
 
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CPU and GPU should not be on the same heat pipe as the CPU has to deal with a 960m's heat out put as well as its own.


They're on the same pipes.

@OP, the throttling is what is keeping your CPU from cooking itself, since you've removed that limitation it's going to proceed to go ahead and cook itself. Not sure what you want us to do for you.
 

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@OP, the throttling is what is keeping your CPU from cooking itself, since you've removed that limitation it's going to proceed to go ahead and cook itself. Not sure what you want us to do for you.
He is trying to fix a performance problem and keep temps down, not possible in todays laptops.

He constantly is posting problems with this laptop and he needs to cut it out. He needs to just swallow his pride and build a desktop that is not limited by cooling.
 
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@OP, the throttling is what is keeping your CPU from cooking itself, since you've removed that limitation it's going to proceed to go ahead and cook itself. Not sure what you want us to do for you.
I would like to configure the SpeedShift properly as my CPU is Skylake!
 

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I would like to configure the SpeedShift properly as my CPU is Skylake!
Do it in the bios. If there is no setting, that means it is not supported.
 
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1.My laptop is a gaming laptop
2.I already use a cooling pad

And I have never had problems with CPU overheating!

Please tell me how to configure ThrottleStop,to use the SpeedShift feature not the Speedstep feature!
STAHP! Please.

This laptop is simply at its limits and won't perform better or run cooler. Accept it and move on...
 

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2018 and still using Laptops?:shadedshu:
 
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Lower your ambient temps.
 
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That's not a gaming laptop

THIS is a gaming laptop :
asus-rog-gaming-laptop.jpg


A gaming laptop is THICK and HEAVY because it need COOLING for high performance hardware.
 
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I used to and sometimes still game on my Samsung np550pc it has a i7 3610hq and 630m on it. I have played modded skyrim on high and crysis 3 (on medium except for the first rainy section that was on low) to mention a few...before that I had a dell xps with a 435m that I used to overclock to play with. my point is that gaming on a laptop is not impossible I did it well on media pcs before I built a desktop...but you must be realistic about your machine performance and how best to maximise it. in my case I would limit cpu power in windows on my Samsung to max at 2ghz and temps would top at 80c without a laptop cooler for the duration of the gaming session so ur temps are not abnormal tbh that's how gaming on some games will be with you ....just thought my experience would reassure you of what to expect, in general if you have a problem with a pc fix it but if the problem is the pc replace it. u lie in the latter of that situation and also being on a desktop does not eliminate thermal issues...the numbers just get smaller
 

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I disabled Speedstep, and set Speedshift and now the CPU doesn't go above 70 degrees Celsius!

Maybe that is not the solution,but it works now.
That’s pretty good for temperatures. I know some answers may have sounded harsh, but they are also mostly true. Things are going to heat up quickly in a laptop, and even with a laptop cooler the biggest factor will be ambient temperatures. Ambient is the temperature of the room your laptop is run in.

80 and 71 may seem alarming, but it is normal in your situation. Intel does know what they are doing. The thermal limit designed into your i7-6700hq is 100. It will throttle itself to keep from getting that hot if allowed to.
 
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my point is that gaming on a laptop is not impossible I
Of course it's not but sometimes is more headaches than the fun you have when playing.
 
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Well said @rtwjunkie

Frame of reference: my 8700K @ 4.8 can peak into the 85-87 C regions - on a desktop with a *massive* dual stack tower cooler on it. Similarly GPU max load temps can hit as high as 82-84 C.
 
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I have the exact same laptop but with the i5 in it and it never over heats but I think 81c is a good temp flat out really compared to more modern gaming laptops with 7700 or 8XXX that hit 90+ all the time!.
 
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I have the exact same laptop but with the i5 in it and it never over heats but I think 81c is a good temp flat out really compared to more modern gaming laptops with 7700 or 8700 that hit 90+ all the time!.
And it is declared as a true gaming laptop as I said,right?
 
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I have a similar laptop to yours and it's the one in my "system specs " and what i have done to keep the temps down is one I have a laptop cooling pad and I used XTU https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/24075/Intel-Extreme-Tuning-Utility-Intel-XTU- to under volt my i5 6300hq by .150 volts and I run ,my laptops system fans at 100% while gaming and i can normally keep it under 78 cels as long as it under 26.66 cels ambient temperatures and NO vsync......when it is over 26.66 cels Ambient temperatures then i also activate Vsync with in the game and then it runs whisper cool! Also worth noting if you see your CPU dropping down to like .800GHZ under load and the temps are under 82 cels then the system probably kicked in the C state because the mobo VRM's got too hot and this normally happens when the system fans where NOT turned upto 100% before gaming...good luck with the gaming and temps!
 
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