Gaming laptop overheating

By Bellbill ·
Hello all,

I've got a new GF65 Thin from MSI, i9750h + RTX 2060.

Did some undervolt, using a 5 vents cooler pad.

Did some Doom Eternal and Witcher 3 (with improved textures) and the temperatures rose to around 95/97°. It's not a costant temperature, it's just a peak It reaches sometimes, usually It works under 80°, but it's getting me worried. I've still 4 days to give the laptop back If I'm not satistified, but I think I understand the situation is similar with all gaming laptops... What do you think?
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Does not sound like overheating.

by rproffitt Moderator In reply to Gaming laptop overheating

This is a thin laptop so the temperatures are designed to go near the CPU/GPU maximum since the laptop is thin and can only eject so many BTUs.

If you want the best gaming experience and temperatures much lower you know you avoid the thin laptops, most likely have to get a desktop unit and always check out reviews that do heat maps and more. Nod to

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