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laptop overheating???

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7 minutes ago, bigbosss said:

actualy it is supposed to be a base clock of 1.8 and shouldnt it turbo upto 3.8 on full load???

here are the final results after a cinebench stress test

Actually you're wrong and the Task Manager is known to show bullshit. The CPU name doesn't contain "@1.6 GHz" for nothing. Intel itself knows best, I assume. Base clock 1.6 GHz, boost clock 3.4 GHz (both single-core and multi-core). So you're fully exploiting your boost frequencies and the 15W are only enough for 1.5-1.6 GHz, hence the 1.6 GHz clock during Cinebench. Everything is just as it's supposed to be. You're running full base clock at constant load and even under regular bursty load it fully exploits the clock range.

hi i have a acer aspire E15 E5-576G-57W4 and i highly dought that this is normal if it is normal please let me know

 

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We would need to see a load scenario, but ~80°C during mild load are pretty warm, yes.

What does it do under full load? How do the clocks look like?

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5 minutes ago, bigbosss said:

hi i have a acer aspire E15 E5-576G-57W4 and i highly dought that this is normal if it is normal please let me know

 

This is quite normal. Laptops, especially non-gaming laptops which lack beefy cooling solutions will run hot.

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3 minutes ago, Benji said:

We would need to see a load scenario, but ~80°C during mild load are pretty warm, yes.

What does it do under full load? How do the clocks look like?

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Full load, not mild load. At such a load the thermals are not that bad.

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1 minute ago, Benji said:

Full load, not mild load. At such a load the thermals are not that bad.

so it is fine to hit 93 Celsius at mild load???

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~40-80% load are a little higher than what you showed in the first screenshot, and the second screenshot doesn't show any thermals.

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13 minutes ago, bigbosss said:

hi i have a acer aspire E15 E5-576G-57W4 and i highly dought that this is normal if it is normal please let me know

You could get your laptop cleaned and repasted, if you really want to. It might lead to decrease in temps, also nothing wrong with servicing your laptop every once in a while.

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Also, please quote me for a reply. 🙂

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1 minute ago, AnirbanG007 said:

You could get your laptop cleaned and repasted, if you really want to. It might lead to decrease in temps, also nothing wrong with servicing your laptop every once in a while.

i had thermal paste reapplied in 2021

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3 minutes ago, Benji said:

~40-80% load are a little higher than what you showed in the first screenshot, and the second screenshot doesn't show any thermals.

 

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Perfectly fine results, as to be expected. Nothing to worry about. Good clock speed for the CPU and the thermals are perfectly fine.

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1 hour ago, Benji said:

Perfectly fine results, as to be expected. Nothing to worry about. Good clock speed for the CPU and the thermals are perfectly fine.

At full load my cpu keeps jumping from 1.5 ghz and 2.1-2.2 ghz and temps are in the high 80s is this good

I am currently running cinebench stability test on multi core and getting these resulys

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Yes it is. It is a ULV CPU with a base clock of 1.6 GHz (according to Intel) and it is a 15W CPU, so these results under full load are perfectly fine, so are the thermals. Nothing to worry about 🙂

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36 minutes ago, Benji said:

Yes it is. It is a ULV CPU with a base clock of 1.6 GHz (according to Intel) and it is a 15W CPU, so these results under full load are perfectly fine, so are the thermals. Nothing to worry about 🙂

actualy it is supposed to be a base clock of 1.8 and shouldnt it turbo upto 3.8 on full load???

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7 minutes ago, bigbosss said:

actualy it is supposed to be a base clock of 1.8 and shouldnt it turbo upto 3.8 on full load???

here are the final results after a cinebench stress test

Actually you're wrong and the Task Manager is known to show bullshit. The CPU name doesn't contain "@1.6 GHz" for nothing. Intel itself knows best, I assume. Base clock 1.6 GHz, boost clock 3.4 GHz (both single-core and multi-core). So you're fully exploiting your boost frequencies and the 15W are only enough for 1.5-1.6 GHz, hence the 1.6 GHz clock during Cinebench. Everything is just as it's supposed to be. You're running full base clock at constant load and even under regular bursty load it fully exploits the clock range.

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Either the CPU can only manage 1,6 Ghz while staying at 15 Watt, or the Manufacturer decided to let it not exceed 83°C~.

 

But it seems, it's Power limited, because 80-84°C is shown as max, but the current Temperature is 72°C.

That means: For a short time, the CPU boosts to more than 1,6 Ghz, because it's allowed a higher Wattage during the "short burst".

Long term Boost is lowerr.

Most Intel CPUs do that (more Watt for a short time, but less for long time).

 

How much Multicore Points does your CPU hit?

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