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I have an Asus 14 inch notebook - Vivobook 14 M409DA. It's two months old.

 

It has a Ryzen 3250u (2nd gen, Zen+) (2.6~3.5GHz 2c4t) (TDP 15W)

with an integrated vega 3

 

After a video conference for one hour, the CPU is under 11-16% usage maintaining ~1.4GHz , fluctuating. 

and the iGpu is at 4-10% usage.

 

THE CPU AND GPU MAINTAIN 50°c CONSTANTLY

 

Are these temps OK?

 

The ambient temperature here is pretty warm...coz india.

 

Also, the laptop has a macbook air 2020 like heat pipe-less cooling design. 

 

At idle...it's at around 39-42°c with the cpu at 1-3%...and the gpu at 0-1% use. 

 

The chassis never feels warm tho.

It also remains dead silent.

 

Should I be concerned about the temperatures?

 

If these are high, are they high enough to reduce longevity for my system?

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22 minutes ago, Chandrodoy said:

I have an Asus 14 inch notebook - Vivobook 14 M409DA. It's two months old.

 

It has a Ryzen 3250u (2nd gen, Zen+) (2.6~3.5GHz 2c4t) (TDP 15W)

with an integrated vega 3

 

After a video conference for one hour, the CPU is under 11-16% usage maintaining ~1.4GHz , fluctuating. 

and the iGpu is at 4-10% usage.

 

THE CPU AND GPU MAINTAIN 50°c CONSTANTLY

 

Are these temps OK?

 

The ambient temperature here is pretty warm...coz india.

 

Also, the laptop has a macbook air 2020 like heat pipe-less cooling design. 

 

At idle...it's at around 39-42°c with the cpu at 1-3%...and the gpu at 0-1% use. 

 

The chassis never feels warm tho.

It also remains dead silent.

 

Should I be concerned about the temperatures?

 

If these are high, are they high enough to reduce longevity for my system?

dont stress, thats the average low temp so everything is fine in there, generally a laptop should start to throttle down when it reaches the 85-100 area degrees celsius, and under full load if your laptop is around 70 celsius then its fine

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