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I have an hp 15 - ay016nv laptop with i5-6200U CPU and when is i play games CPU temperature is 65-70 Celsius and when CPU does nothing temperature is 25-30 Celsius . Is this temperature, 65-70 Celsius , going to damage CPU ?
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no, the cpu is made to protect itself from to high temps, it will throttle down for example if it gets to hot.


cpu's in laptops in my experience usually get slightly hotter than what i'd see in a good desktop setup (even though desktop cpu's usually have a higher wattage draw.) because of tight spacing but your temps are nothing more than what i'd usually expect to see in a laptop when under load and so is nothing to worry about.


i believe the absolute max temp for that cpu is 100c so under full load i'd think any temp under 75/80c would be ok over that then i'd start to worry if there was a cooling problem, idle temps are always much lower than loaded temps.


intel specs for that cpu :- https://ark.intel.co...-up-to-2_80-GHz

another link just for info :- http://safetemp.blog...u-max-temp.html



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