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Cooling Problem MSI GT73VR 6RE TITAN
« on: 12-June-19, 13:09:27 »

My MSI GT73VR 6RE TITAN gets too hot while gaming,hitting 95-99c everytime,even keyboard gets hot and burns fingers a little bit.Checked inside every fan works fine,no dust nothing.Can anyone recommend any cooling solution.Is it worth to buy cooling pad or vacuum cooler.IF so which one is better for my laptop cooling.Thanks for attention.
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Re: Cooling Problem MSI GT73VR 6RE TITAN
« Reply #1 on: 12-June-19, 17:30:02 »

My MSI GT73VR 6RE TITAN gets too hot while gaming,hitting 95-99c everytime,even keyboard gets hot and burns fingers a little bit.Checked inside every fan works fine,no dust nothing.Can anyone recommend any cooling solution.Is it worth to buy cooling pad or vacuum cooler.IF so which one is better for my laptop cooling.Thanks for attention.
You have a long and winding road ahead of system optimisations.
The longer you run at those temp, the sooner you could use a repaste.
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Re: Cooling Problem MSI GT73VR 6RE TITAN
« Reply #2 on: 14-June-19, 21:02:15 »

Please provide some more information about your system.  How old is the computer.  Thanks for mentioning the fans are clean, that is helpful.
What OS are you running?  What are the temperatures when not gaming?  What games cause the very high temperatures?
How long does it take before the temperatures get over 90 degrees Celsius?
Do you have lots of other applications or programs running that cause the CPU to run at high levels?
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Re: Cooling Problem MSI GT73VR 6RE TITAN
« Reply #3 on: 17-June-19, 07:02:14 »

Its 2 years old.Specs: intel core i7-6820HK,GTX 1070,48gb ram.Im running windows 10 education 64bit(build 17134).every game causes it to go above 90c pretty fast.It works fine without freezes and nothing,but like i said keyboard gets really hot and it burns fingers a little,its frustrating.No i check task manager every time before starting any game.I think it needs repasting like PENNKNIG said.If it doesnt help i dont know what to do.
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« Reply #4 on: 17-June-19, 22:33:31 »

Its 2 years old.Specs: intel core i7-6820HK,GTX 1070,48gb ram.Im running windows 10 education 64bit(build 17134).every game causes it to go above 90c pretty fast.It works fine without freezes and nothing,but like i said keyboard gets really hot and it burns fingers a little,its frustrating.No i check task manager every time before starting any game.I think it needs repasting like PENNKNIG said.If it doesnt help i dont know what to do.
What have you done for system optimisations?
What performance tweaks have you done?
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Re: Cooling Problem MSI GT73VR 6RE TITAN
« Reply #5 on: 25-June-19, 10:11:54 »

only overclocked gpu but it was overclocked before and temps were fine.Im gonna apply thermal paste tommorow and see if it makes any difference.Thanks For help)
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« Reply #6 on: 25-June-19, 13:33:36 »

only overclocked gpu but it was overclocked before and temps were fine.Im gonna apply thermal paste tommorow and see if it makes any difference.Thanks For help)
OCing the gpu is causing the high temps.
And your probably maxing out the FPS, and AA, and G-Sync ..... and so on.
Return it ... All of it ... to factory specs, and this include the OC.
THEN do optimisations.
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