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Asus M50SV-A1 Gaming Temps


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When playing BF2 my GPU temp hits about 65C, my CPU hits about 60C, and my HD stays right around 38C. I was wondering if that is to hot. Thats after hours and hours and with a laptop cooler. I had originally OCed my 9500GS to 500Mhz Core Clock, 1000Mhz Shader Clock, and 425Mhz Memory Clock. I havent played an GPU intensive games yet, but Im curious as to what the max temp I should look for with my system specs and laptop model.

My specs are:

NVIDIA 9500GS 512Mb

Core 2 Duo T9300 2.5Ghz 6Mb L2 cache

Seagate Momentus 5400.4 8Mb Cache HD

3Gbs of RAM with 4-4-4-15 timings

Laptop Model:

Asus M50SV-A1

I also have a Zither laptop cooler.

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I have the G50Vm - A1.

Thats with the 9700M GT. It runs about 80c with a laptop cooler.

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Is it the same case? I would assume if it is I could hit 80C and still be stable. Im wondering what the max temp is I should look for. I have Crysis and Bioshock and Im going to give them a try. I know those are some pretty demanding games.

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Those Temps are fine.

Anything >90C is bad

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Those Temps are fine.

Anything >90C is bad

I agree with Bades. I had the 8600M GT and it would hit 100c. Thats actually the reason I got a new laptop.

I run Crysis at 1280 x 768 with Medium settings and get from 35-50 FPS.

Its pretty playable at that speed but you know its not the best performance and the 9500M GS will be slower of course.

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Was your 8600GT in a desktop or a laptop? Out of the laptop versions the 9500GS is better than the 8600GT. They have the exact same specs, but the 9500GS was made on a smaller die and it runs cooler which is essential in a laptop.

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Was your 8600GT in a desktop or a laptop? Out of the laptop versions the 9500GS is better than the 8600GT. They have the exact same specs, but the 9500GS was made on a smaller die and it runs cooler which is essential in a laptop.

It was in a laptop. But my performance is from a 9700M GT 512 GDDR3, if you saw my information you would know that.

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Ah in your post you started off by mentioning the 8600GT and then proceeded to say the 9500GS would be slower.

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