MSI GF65 THIN 9SD

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So , two days back i got my MSI GF65 Thin core i5 9300h + 1600ti , 16gig ram at 2666mhz , 144hz & 512gb ssd storage.
So while gaming like Titan Fall 2 at ultra , Doom eternal at ultra i was able to get smooth 144fps all the time but sometimes the cpu hit 92 °c and average temp for both cpu & gpu is around 85°c ..
So my question is will this degrade my laptop life ? Should i be worrying about it , also how many years can i expect such smooth gaming performance especially from this i5 9th gen processor as with Ryzen 4000 release this cpu is kinda old..

Please reply , i have these doubts as this is my first gaming laptop :)
 

FelixSG

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So , two days back i got my MSI GF65 Thin core i5 9300h + 1600ti , 16gig ram at 2666mhz , 144hz & 512gb ssd storage.
So while gaming like Titan Fall 2 at ultra , Doom eternal at ultra i was able to get smooth 144fps all the time but sometimes the cpu hit 92 °c and average temp for both cpu & gpu is around 85°c ..
So my question is will this degrade my laptop life ? Should i be worrying about it , also how many years can i expect such smooth gaming performance especially from this i5 9th gen processor as with Ryzen 4000 release this cpu is kinda old..

Please reply , i have these doubts as this is my first gaming laptop :)

As I know, all the Intel laptop CPUs since its 8th generation (for example; like i7-8750H) produces pretty high heat as a trade-off to reduce the performance gap between laptop and desktop. Moreover a so-called 'thin' laptop is likely to be more vulnerable to heating issue compared to thicker ones for having higher density among its parts.

In my knowledge nowadays hitting that 90°c around on CPU is pretty common under heavy load. It must be solely dependent on manufacturer's design about how much heat a laptop can endure well, but I don't think that temperature will break yours only if its thermal throttling is working good to protect itself.

If you want to go with better cooling you can keep the Cooler Boost turned on, but as you know inevitably it'll make louder fan noise.
 
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abactuo152302e0

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So , two days back i got my MSI GF65 Thin core i5 9300h + 1600ti , 16gig ram at 2666mhz , 144hz & 512gb ssd storage.
So while gaming like Titan Fall 2 at ultra , Doom eternal at ultra i was able to get smooth 144fps all the time but sometimes the cpu hit 92 °c and average temp for both cpu & gpu is around 85°c ..
So my question is will this degrade my laptop life ? Should i be worrying about it , also how many years can i expect such smooth gaming performance especially from this i5 9th gen processor as with Ryzen 4000 release this cpu is kinda old..

Please reply , i have these doubts as this is my first gaming laptop :)
Use ThrottleStop.
_https://www.ultrabookreview.com/31385-the-throttlestop-guide/
Use Laptop cooling stand. (<2°C - 5°C)
 

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