your not ,,75A and 8cores + undervolt from DCI don't know if your issue still appears but my GT75VR 7RE never saw on CPU temperatures higher than 80C. Yes, monitored everytime I use it (some kind of fetish maybe). I think thermal paste requires change.
problem is only specific USAGE ,,,no need any OC or custom setupDid you encounter any performance problem?
If not, I think you don't need to worry about the temp.
Hi everyone, I bought an msi GT75 8sg
and I have a problem with high cpu temperature. While playing, the graphics card stays around 65-75 degrees, but the CPU has about 30 more, reaching 98 degrees
Does anyone have a similar problem?
My laptop is: QS73VR 7RF Stealth Pro
Yes, I had exactly the same problem. Looking at the CPU in task manager, I saw that there was a constant utilization of the CPU of 100%. Looking at the CPU temperature,(using "Core Temp"), I found that all cores had temperatures in the high nineties. The power consumption of the CPU was constantly between 28 and 35 Watts. and within seconds, the laptop near the power switch was very hot to the touch. Does that sounds like your problem?
Restore to 'out of box' several times did not solve the problem. So, I came to the conclusion that something must have happened to the recovery partition, maybe some bug got into it, or something.
To test this, I downloaded a windows 10 image from MS and transferred it to a usb stick. I then did a fresh windows installation, keeping nothing. And guess what?
As I am writing this, According to TM, my cpu percentage is about 2%, My gpu is about 1%, my average temperature of my 4 cores is about 40 degrees and the power consumption of the cpu right now is between 2 and 4 watts. Much better, ehh?
To all of the people here who say to you, not to worry, I say you should worry. I did worry and I do not worry now. I installed a fresh windows from MS and it solved my problem. If you do worry about the health of your laptop, you should do the same. (DO backups first, please).
Of course, you WILL lose the ability to restore to "Out of Box" condition, but I do not really miss that. There is other and better solutions out there in the web. And in my opinion, the laptop came with too much junk loaded anyway.
If you want MSI to do something about it, I hope that you are still within the warranty period. If you are not, they don't really care.