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#1 seriousHUSTLE

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 11:17 PM

hey guys i recently bought a HP dv6 6c38tx to play SWTOR on, it runs great with around 60fps however im unsure about the gpu temp. it gets up to about 85 degrees after playing for about an hour. Is this too high? or is it alright for the model of the card.

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 11:42 PM

hey guys i recently bought a HP dv6 6c38tx to play SWTOR on, it runs great with around 60fps however im unsure about the gpu temp. it gets up to about 85 degrees after playing for about an hour. Is this too high? or is it alright for the model of the card.

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I have a dv6 blagh blagh something something 24tx haha

6770m GPU and it should be comparable for temps and the highest temp I hit after an hour of play was 60C with a 25C ambient although granted I was on a laptop cooling pad.

I recommend you get one too for when you game otherwise when you are using the HD graphics heat is not an issue one bit.

Also 85C is alright for a laptop GPU although not exactly pleasant if it is on your lap.

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 01:16 AM

I have a dv6 blagh blagh something something 24tx haha

6770m GPU and it should be comparable for temps and the highest temp I hit after an hour of play was 60C with a 25C ambient although granted I was on a laptop cooling pad.

I recommend you get one too for when you game otherwise when you are using the HD graphics heat is not an issue one bit.

Also 85C is alright for a laptop GPU although not exactly pleasant if it is on your lap.


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85c is no big deal for a gpu. but it will be uncomfortable in your lap, other than that, 85 is fine. Just as stoner said, Get a decent laptop cooling pad and game on that when possible.

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 01:53 AM

hey guys i recently bought a HP dv6 6c38tx to play SWTOR on, it runs great with around 60fps however im unsure about the gpu temp. it gets up to about 85 degrees after playing for about an hour. Is this too high? or is it alright for the model of the card.

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Graphics cards in laptops tend to get VERY hot. I wouldn't say yours it too high, but if you want to replace the thermal grease, that is almost always helpful. Be warned however, getting to your GPU is probably going to require completely disassembling your computer. :erm:

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 02:57 AM

Graphics cards in laptops tend to get VERY hot. I wouldn't say yours it too high, but if you want to replace the thermal grease, that is almost always helpful. Be warned however, getting to your GPU is probably going to require completely disassembling your computer. :erm:

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I must be fair lucky then with all my laptops as they have always sat around 50-60C for all components after strenuous use.

I will be changing my TIM shortly enough because I hope to be grabbing a 240Gb Patriot Pyro SE on Thursday and will be doing an op drive mod shortly after that to put my 750Gb HDD back in the laptop once the SSD is installed.

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 03:50 AM

A bit high for a laptop & extremely bad for your health if you held it in your lap.

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