i purchased one compaq cq45-137tx in december. I guess it' similar to the dv4t models marketed in other countries.
there are couple of temperature issues with this lappy ( ambient temp 25-30C):
1. at idle ( just media player or maybe a pdf file open), the cpu temp is at 43C, northbridge always above 50, gpu always above 55.hd also tends to operate at 45-48C. this is inspite of the fact that i am running this thing with no vents blocked ..and in fact the RAM, cmos battery and hd covers removed to allow better air circulation.
2. at normal load ( game like burnout paradise, with utor going on in background), cpu tends to reach 60 C, gpu at 80 C , northbridge at 70C and hd at 60 C.
3. cpu temp never seem to change really. tried using various s/w' like realtemp ( shows 28 C for gpu..which i dont think is feasible). only when i reboot after a high load session, the s/w' show higher temperatures ( and the notebook shows erratic behavior with display artifacts!).
4. the only fan in the machine never appears to speed up or down. i don't have an issue with the noise, as long as it helps this thing run cooler.......
My HP dv5t is about 10 months old, with a P8600 and Geforce 9600 GT. After just an hour of playing Company of Heroes, my max temperatures for the CPU is 95C and GPU is 110C. I didn't lift the back since I can't right now, but even when I do have it lifted, I think only the GPU goes down to about 99C or so while the CPU is still around 95C max. The CPU idles at 58-60C and GPU about 68-70C.
Anyway, I tried blowing some compressed air in it and it looks good a few weeks ago, but I'm still getting these temperatures. I'm really concerned since I haven't found any posts where others have this degree of overheating, maybe it's just me? I'm not playing on my lap or bed so it's not that. I don't really experience any glitches or crashes yet, but it seems like others have problems at temperatures that aren't as high, so it's probably only a matter of time. I run stock drivers and bios and haven't done anything drastic to it. When I first got this, the temps maxed out at around 80 for CPU and 95 for GPU. But yeah, anyone else having this bad of a problem and what can I do right now?
Here's an image, I wish I had those min temps as idle but those were when the computer just turned on:
my laptop's temperatures are reaching too high while playing games. i was playing burnout paradise and simultaneously hw monitor was also running. the max temp of both cores reached 89c and of gpu 91c and acpi was 94c. are these temperatures normal of are they too high??plz suggest me what to do...i have also attached the photo of the temperatures recorded....
Recently bought a E6400 with T9600 and intel GPU. See signature for more details. I'm running windows 7 x64.
My problem is that the fan goes on "high" very quickly in my opinon. It will stay like this until i stop surfing or doing stuff. If i stop it will go down until i start work again.
I wanted to check with others what kind of experience you got with the E6400 and the fan noise. I need to use headphones while working, and using the laptop in the sofa while the wife is watching tv is out of the question!
I bought my G505s in August 2013 and I'm only noticing now that it's been running pretty hot.I've been using several different programs to try to see and compare the temperatures of the quad core CPUs. I've also looked in many different fourm communities and have found this is not at all like the common overheating problems with the G505s. Others have experienced other heating problems when they play games, as their cores go to around 70C to 80C ┬á "How so," you ask?Details and actions I've taken:
1. My temperatures soar to above 80C each when idle, and over 100 when doing light work. 2. BIOS and drivers have all been updated to the latest versions available for Windows 8.1 as per the Lenovo website. 3.┬áI have never played games on the laptop, so I know the overheating is not because something related to that. 4. I cleaned my computer yesterday, although there was hardly any dust build up. ┬á My temperature readings come from speccy, and hwmonitor.
Ive had my E1705 for over a year . I was very satisfied with it`s performance . It was handling all my applications without any problems . Now it broke and i will be getting a new laptop soon .
I am not a hardcore gamer but i realy like and enjoy some games . I expect games to run on max settings to enjoy them . So far ive had just a few . My newest games r Doom3 ( D3:RoE ) , BF2 , BF2142 . Also i play wow wich runs flawlessly on my E1705 .
Now we have several great games coming in the end of the year . I dont think my laptop would handle them since i see that people with M1710s are experiencing problems .
Thus i have a choice between 3 brands on gaming laptops . My budget is around 3000$ .
Is there anywhere I can confirm the maximum┬á recommended temperatures for various components in my laptop? ┬á I'm running CPUID HWMonitor after just having bought a chill pad but I'm not sure if the "max temperature" values are being read from my machine or are just arbitrary. ┬á Also, am I correct that you can't read the fan speed on this model with any kind of diagnostic or monitoring┬á app?
Just purchased a 1555 with the radeon 4570 512mb GPU, Windows 7 64-bit, and performance is generally very good apart from one strange result. Windows experience index reports the following -
Processor - 5.7 Memory - 5.8 Graphics - 4.9 Gaming Graphics - 6.3 hard disk - 5.9
So the only low result is the desktop aero graphics performance at 4.9, which seems strange when the 3D businnes/gaming graphics score is 6.3. Other results i've seen posted on forums of the Windows 7 WEI scores are usually the same for desktop graphics and 3D graphics in Windows 7, which I would have expected as I understood that aero uses the GPU similarly to games. If anything, it looked like in most results the desktop graphics scores were slightly higher than the gaming graphics scores.
Does anyone know why I could be getting a lot lower desktop graphics score compared to gaming graphics?
I've checked the graphics drivers are up to date.
Can anybody else post their Windows 7 WEI scores from the 1555 with the 4570 512mb GPU?
i have a dv4-1155se, and the hd get hot, yesterday i dont do nothing expecial, only open an msn or a firefox, and about 3 hours latter the hd had a temperature about 55░C, i think, its not normal, please i need information about users who has hp dv4, dv5, or dv7 series, please, if the users can put theirs values about Hd temperatures i apresiate to much, my hd notebook its a toshiba
I've been wondering if anyone with the GPU HD 4650 could post your temperatures. I'm looking into a 2177, with P7550 and HD4650. But searching about the temperatures, I've encountered some people with problems (on older models...)
reporting your temperatures?
Also, does the keyboard, or the place where your wrist "sits" gets hot?
I'm really worried about the temperatures because my actual notebook (which has the same HD4650, but a little bit underclocked) has temperature issues. I can't even run Crysis on full settings that it will just go all black and I have to force the shutdown.
Having just got rid of a dv2104eu, i just got a dv6-1131ea, which is hitting 50-60 when idle, i just fired sims 3 up and it hit 85? Is this normal for a turion RM-75 on it's first day or should I send it back to HP for excess heat?
It doesn't fill me with confidence after my last experience with AMD. The intel DV6799ea with a t8100 is cooler under load than this new baby is when it's idling!
Is it just the way AMD is, or something wrong with my laptop?
The computer is about 5 months old. I am using it over a notebook cooler like this one [url], and about 2 inches above the table.Are these normal temperatures, especially regaring to the GPU? Up to now, I haven't experienced any freezzing, lagging, shutdown, blue screens or lines in screen yet, but it get's excessively hot, more on its right upper side.
i have a hp dv5t with a 2 ghz intel T5800 and a Nvidia 9600 512 mb gpu. I was just wondering what good temperatures for this computer are, because im trying to be really cautious with this computer since my last one broke. Also is there anything I can do to reduce temperatures other than cooler? I have one but doesn't seem to do much. and by good temps i mean temps that might necessarily make the computer fry but i dont want to put undue stress on it either.
I was just wondering what the average time was for a totally dead y510p to charge while using it for some light browsing on the internet. It seems to charge really slow especially after it reaches about 80 percent or so. I was curious to see what other owners have had in terms of charge time. I seem to have narrowed it down to about 5 percent every 10 minutes while my cousins HP charges way faster. Not too upset about it but a bit curious. For example as I am typing this out it's been at 99% for the past 20 minutes or so, and HW monitor shows it charging really slowly but when its at like 50 percent it charges at a decent rate maybe about 10 mwh every 5 seconds or so.
I have HP Pavilion G6-1305sx┬á notebook with screen brightness control issue. The f2 and f3 keys (for brightness control) do not work . I've tried through control panel, but still cannot.The light on the screen is too bright for my eyes.
I'm trying to repair a G6 model due to heat issues. The laptop is approx. 1 year old. From what I could read from the internet, It's due to dust build up mainly. 've completely cleaned the fan (incl. unmounting the fan cover), and change thermal paste on the CPU. The issue persists. With the program Speccy I read starting temps. for CPU of 90 degrees celsius. It's very different when the laptop shuts down. Sometimes it happens quick, other times it can run for hours. Even if the CPU is completely cold, it can shut down before windows even starts properly up. I manage to see temperatures over 150 degrees celsius which should be alarming high. Even 90 degrees seems VERY high to me. The air blown out from the fan doesn't seem hot. It's only mildly warm and the fan speed adjusts in accordance to the temperature. It starts to go up when going over 100 degrees. At 90-99 degrees it runs fairly slow.
If I try going to the BIOS, I only have seconds in there before the laptop shut down.
From my point of view, it must me either temperature sensors not working properly, or handling of the temperature sensors that's misinterpret, or simply the cooling system that's defect. I'm not sure how the cooling system works. The seating has a cobber pipe the leads to the radiator and fan. Does the pipe contain a fluid? Could the fluid somehow have vaporized?
I've had the cooling system dismounted? I haven't tried updating the BIOS, since I'm afraid I'll brick the laptop, if it shut down during the process. ┬á Where is the temperature sensors placed on the board? Is the sensor for the CPU built in or is it placed besides/under it?
Crysis is an afterthought, so just the regular other games . I had a sager with
2gb ddr3 m 2.5 dual core and 8800 gtx, and ran all the other game almost greatly except far cry 2, which had a bit of frame rate, and crysis . But I could play both at high, far cry 2 without any frame rate, but crysis with a bit .
I have a dv7-1135 nr laptop .. spec's are as follow's amd turion x2 rm-70 cpu speed is 2.0 each core. the problem I notice is that my cpu is slowing down at the wrong time. I use the program cpu to determine that my cpu is dropping sometimes as low as 500mhz . I know that laptops have a throttling function but i have that disabled . I have looked in the bios for that feature also and can not turn it off. can someone please Help as i do notice an extreme loss of power during gaming .
I'm probably going buy and HP laptop soon, the HDX 16"...
So therefore, I was wondering how the gaming is on your sexy HP. Not graphically wise or fps and such, but temp wise. For instance, how long do you get to game for before things get too hot or do you manage to keep things at decent temps for a full day worth of gaming
Personally I don't play too intensive games, mostly world of warcraft. Nothing hardcore like crysis and stuff. So i'd imagine i'd get some decent gaming hours as long as i keep things cool haha by getting a zalaman pc cooling pad and if i decided to undervolt.