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Yeah, 60 degrees is perfectly fine for components. 

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Those temps are good, especially for a laptop. I wouldn't worry about it until you get up to about 80C.

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1 minute ago, Deslumo said:

Yeah, 60 degrees is perfectly fine for components. 

Is it good for 4k60 render?

 

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4 minutes ago, The_russian said:

Those temps are good, especially for a laptop. I wouldn't worry about it until you get up to about 80C.

image.thumb.png.6bb7420cbebef4ef5e24b4e93512626f.pngOh no

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4 minutes ago, The_russian said:

Those temps are good, especially for a laptop. I wouldn't worry about it until you get up to about 80C.

It depends on what you're doing. If you're idle, I'd expect something around 20-40 degrees. If I'm doing something intensive, I'd expect something from 40-90 degrees, making sure it's cool enough to not throttle. 

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1 minute ago, Deslumo said:

It depends on what you're doing. If you're idle, I'd expect something around 20-40 degrees. If I'm doing something intensive, I'd expect something from 40-90 degrees, making sure it's cool enough to not throttle. 

Yea Im 4k 60fps rendering

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5 minutes ago, Deslumo said:

It depends on what you're doing. If you're idle, I'd expect something around 20-40 degrees. If I'm doing something intensive, I'd expect something from 40-90 degrees, making sure it's cool enough to not throttle. 

it isnt throtling its meh 4.1-4.4 ghz

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5 minutes ago, I am called A RTX2070 said:

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Oh no

Honestly you are probably fine, there's not much you can do to get better cooling on a laptop other than making sure the air intake and exhaust aren't being blocked, and possible replacing thermal paste with a better quality one, though that will probably only drop temps a few degrees at best. 

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1 minute ago, The_russian said:

Honestly you are probably fine, there's not much you can do to get better cooling on a laptop other than making sure the air intake and exhaust aren't being blocked, and possible replacing thermal paste with a better quality one, though that will probably only drop temps a few degrees at best. 

mm yea its on my lap so it can get all the airflow out 69c or 73c on average so yea

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