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CPU temperature in ACER Aspire 1520


Hinczyk

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Is it possible to check CPU (not GPU) temperature in ACER Aspire 1520?

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Yes it is... :)

Google up SpeedFan

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Yes it is... :)

Google up SpeedFan

In 1710 it gave CPU, GPU, ambient and HD temperatures.

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SpeedFan show me 3 temperatures:

HD0 38C

Temp1 49C

Temp2 69C

Computer is idle, for me these temperatures are a bit too high.

NVidia laptop display show me GPU temperature with the value of 61C (computer is idle).

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Yep it's a tad high... the cause can be that your CPU and GPU share their cooling heatpipes.

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  • 3 weeks later...

You seem to have a unique central fan for both the CPU and the GPU... you have little options. Since you already cleaned the inside of your laptop... the best option is to raise the back of the laptop. It will ease the fresh air intake... but don't expect a miracle a couple of °C.

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I already have a cooling pad with two fans, and a large room fan blowing the air on the laptop.

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i know how you feel. my computer gets as high as 87 degrees C when playing games. i wish i could find a way to keep mine down too. i also used a cooling pad to no success, and im not sure what to do.

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