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Heating issue while playing battlefield v

I have a acer predator helios 300 with i5-8300H, 8g ddr4, 1080p full hd display, gtx 1050ti, 128g ssd, 1tb hdd.... When i was playing battlefield v in default settings left side of laptop started heating up like cpu temps were 65°C+ so decreased settings by a bit like few settings were high so i turned them to medium like that....

Still left side is heating like hell.... On right side i have 2 fans which cools both cpu nd gpu... Therotically there should be nothing on left side which will cause so much heat to generate.. please help what should i do!!!!!

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3 minutes ago, Prathmesh Jadhav said:

I have a acer predator helios 300 with i5-8300H, 8g ddr4, 1080p full hd display, gtx 1050ti, 128g ssd, 1tb hdd.... When i was playing battlefield v in default settings left side of laptop started heating up like cpu temps were 65°C+ so decreased settings by a bit like few settings were high so i turned them to medium like that....

Still left side is heating like hell.... On right side i have 2 fans which cools both cpu nd gpu... Therotically there should be nothing on left side which will cause so much heat to generate.. please help what should i do!!!!!

its the battery, get a desktop fan or cooling pad

 

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2 minutes ago, TrigrH said:

its the battery, get a desktop fan or cooling pad

 

Ya sure thanks mate..... But It doesn't have any vents on left side jst few slots which are kinda useless.... 

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13 minutes ago, Prathmesh Jadhav said:

Ya sure thanks mate..... But It doesn't have any vents on left side jst few slots which are kinda useless.... 

if the chassis is getting hot then at-least your hand wont heat up when a fan is pointed at it, should alteast cool the outside. Also for CPU temps 90 degrees while gaming is fine.

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That's why you don't buy Helios 300. Bad cooling

3 hours ago, TrigrH said:

get a desktop fan or cooling pad

Cooling pad is waste of money, undervolt+repaste is better

3 hours ago, TrigrH said:

for CPU temps 90 degrees while gaming is fine

For a 8300H, that indicates bad cooling

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