[V5535] How is your CPU temp ?

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[V5535] How is your CPU temp ?

Postby evvivame » Thu Jul 14, 2011 21:27

Hi,
I have a lot of mobile PCs and unload their CPU temperature ( misured with Real Temp ) is circa 50°
The V5535, instead, run with 70°-75° unloaded and 80-85° loaded ( a bit high !! )

How is the CPU temp on your V5535?
Thanks
Luciana

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Re: [V5535] How is your CPU temp ?

Postby Serg » Thu Jul 21, 2011 20:12

I have 62/65 per core now. core2duo T5750

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Re: [V5535] How is your CPU temp ?

Postby evvivame » Thu Jul 21, 2011 20:32

Thanks !!
A bit better .... :wink:

p.s. My is core2duo T5550

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Re: [V5535] How is your CPU temp ?

Postby Serg » Wed Jul 27, 2011 10:36

You should replace heat transmitting paste(what is the English term for this?:) on CPU. Mine was like stone.

I have the same question. Guys, what is your CPU temp with v5535?
Please indicate your CPU temp both without load and with high load, what is your heat transmitting paste and how long ago did you replace it?
Also indicate the air temperature in your room. Especially interested in core2duo CPUs

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Re: [V5535] How is your CPU temp ?

Postby evvivame » Wed Jul 27, 2011 11:49

Serg wrote:You should replace heat transmitting paste(what is the English term for this?:) on CPU. Mine was like stone.

I have the same question. Guys, what is your CPU temp with v5535?
Please indicate your CPU temp both without load and with high load, what is your heat transmitting paste and how long ago did you replace it?
Also indicate the air temperature in your room. Especially interested in core2duo CPUs


The V5535 ( core2duo T5550) run with 70°-75° unloaded and 80-85° loaded
Air temperature = 27°
p.s. heat transmitting paste is the temperature sensor ???

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Re: [V5535] How is your CPU temp ?

Postby Serg » Wed Jul 27, 2011 13:20

p.s. heat transmitting paste is the temperature sensor ???


No. It is put on the top CPU. Looks like sour cream in my case. It should be replaced every year. You'd better google it

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Re: [V5535] How is your CPU temp ?

Postby evvivame » Wed Jul 27, 2011 21:34

Serg wrote:
p.s. heat transmitting paste is the temperature sensor ???


No. It is put on the top CPU. Looks like sour cream in my case. It should be replaced every year. You'd better google it


Can you send me with PM a photo or more infos about it ( example where this ?? can be buy?)
thanks
Luciana

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Re: [V5535] How is your CPU temp ?

Postby Serg » Wed Jul 27, 2011 22:18

One good example is Arctic cooling MX-3. Try to google for it.
Just go to any computer shop and tell that you have a problem with CPU temp.

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Re: [V5535] How is your CPU temp ?

Postby evvivame » Fri Jul 29, 2011 16:16

Serg, now is clear what is !

Questions:

1) you have already used this trasmitting paste on your V5535
2) if yes, how many °C gain ?

Thanks !

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Re: [V5535] How is your CPU temp ?

Postby Serg » Fri Jul 29, 2011 20:04

1) you have already used this trasmitting paste on your V5535

I couldn't find anything really good in my town. As far as I understood the one I advised you is one of the best.
I used Alsil-3. Just don't buy anything in very small packages, where you don't see a producer or you suppose it is from China:)
You can even try liquid/molten metal (but it's quite difficult to use)

2) if yes, how many °C gain ?

I think about 10C, but I tried 2 times. I found that there is quite complicated cooling algorithm in notebook. So mine doesn't start the cooler until temp gets higher then 50. You might not see big difference in temp, but it will become quieter and more stable.
It is also interesting for me how much you can gain from a really good paste:)

Hope this helps

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Re: [V5535] How is your CPU temp ?

Postby evvivame » Fri Jul 29, 2011 21:42

Serg,
Your infos are many and clear.
Thanks!

This PC is far from me and i don't know when i will give you a feedback

Again thanks !

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Re: [V5535] How is your CPU temp ?

Postby Serg » Sat Jul 30, 2011 22:50

You welcome! Please don't forget to share your results when you are done:)

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Re: [V5535] How is your CPU temp ?

Postby bono » Thu Sep 08, 2011 17:51

v5535 with CPU Core2Duo T7300 minimum temp. of :56 C, normal (now): 60 C and maximum 70 Celsius at room temp. around to 24 Celsius. When I made video compresion the maximum temp. was around 80 at the room temperature of 26-27.
The notebook is from 2009, work every day since than around 10-12 hours/day no problem at all except the f***** problem with 4 Gb RAM that don't recognize the bios.

Run win7 64bit ultimate and i want to try bios 1.10 to see if run the 4Gb ram. Worth it?

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Re: [V5535] How is your CPU temp ?

Postby H@ns » Wed Sep 21, 2011 20:59

Does anyone know if it is possible to power up the cooling fan?

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Re: [V5535] How is your CPU temp ?

Postby Serg » Fri Oct 14, 2011 20:22

H@ns wrote:Does anyone know if it is possible to power up the cooling fan?


If you want to reduce temperature you can try to reduce CPU voltage. check for RMclock.


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