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High CPU temps (around 95 C only chrome).... No overclocking, everything default. Please help

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Go to solution Solved by rickeo,

Chrome is using 78% CPU usage, that's going to produce heat. Something in one of your tabs or your extensions is causing a ton of usage for Chrome. That's where you need to start.

 

The real problem here isn't the temperature, that's normal. However if you feel that your PC is "idle" and not doing anything, that couldn't be further from the truth and you may want to figure out what its doing.

I used to sense some sort of "burning smell" from my laptop. I thought this was due to some burning of dust/wood as it is kept on a wooden table. But today I checked the temps and these are the results. Are these "okay" and "safe". Its more than 1-2 years since I am getting this smell I have also replaced my thermal sensor as it got broken. 

 

 

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Task manager: (Two chrome tabs (towardsdatascience.com) are using most of the cpu resources ) ofc they vary from 40- 80%

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Normal for that type of Laptop CPU. 

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Yeah. That CPU ist fine up to about 100°C and that often happens with laptops.... ( T Junction is at 100°C and then it will throttle, so just above that will become "unsafe")

Yoou could try redoing thermal paste...but there is guarantee that that will help. It could though. 
However, do not expect massive gains. there are a few degress in a new application of paste.

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Cleaning the cooling vents on a notebook can help so much.

If its over 2 years old replacing thermal paste can help, but no guarantee.

 

Personally i would expect a bit less CPU usage with Chrome (but i dont expect more then 1 windows with max 8 tabs open).

Check which plugins are installed. Maybe even open the Chrome task-manager to see whats eating it all.

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Here even with 4 windows with ~5ish tabs each Chrome doesn't use that much RAM and barely any CPU, so you must be just be on one/more sites that use tons of ressources.

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2 minutes ago, Kilrah said:

Here even with 4 windows with ~5ish tabs each Chrome doesn't use that much RAM and barely any CPU, so you must be just be on one/more sites that use tons of ressources.

Yes that, or have a miner plugin installed, eating valuable resources. 😉

Altho GPU to low for that tbh.

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Chrome is using 78% CPU usage, that's going to produce heat. Something in one of your tabs or your extensions is causing a ton of usage for Chrome. That's where you need to start.

 

The real problem here isn't the temperature, that's normal. However if you feel that your PC is "idle" and not doing anything, that couldn't be further from the truth and you may want to figure out what its doing.

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Yeah Thank you all. Also as I have already stated (It was hidden between the pictures) that yes only one site was using most of the resources (i.e. towardsdatascience.com)

 

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