Question GPU at 83c - 85c while playing games

May 29, 2020
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I have an integrated gpu and while playing battlefield 1 the gpu consumption is at 100% and the temperature averages between 80c to 86c. I am able to run the game at 30fps on low settings.
The only thing that concerns me is the fan making noises (spinning).
This game is the only one that stresses my gpu. Is it ok if I run the game at such temperatures for about 90 minutes?
I know this isn’t a gaming setup , but have a look :

I5 core 4460T
Intel Integrated 4600 (display adapter)
NVIDIA GeForce 820 A version 391.94 (2gb)
16 GB RAM

Help, please.
 
Your temperatures seem to be hotter than what I would expect.
Particularly for a low wattage T suffix processor.
The processor monitors it's temperature, and will slow down or shut off to prevent damage.
That point is around 100c.
You actually have a discrete graphics chip installed, the 820m.
Laptop coolers are very weak because of the need to conserve space and weight.
Check to see that your cooler airway path is clear of dust or obstructions.
80-86c. is not uncommon for gaming on a laptop.
It may turn out that replacing the cooler thermal paste can help.
But, that can be a tricky job, depending on the laptop.
The fans will sped up to try to cool things. That is normal.
But if you hear strange fan sounds, the fan could be failing.
 
May 29, 2020
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Your temperatures seem to be hotter than what I would expect.
Particularly for a low wattage T suffix processor.
The processor monitors it's temperature, and will slow down or shut off to prevent damage.
That point is around 100c.
You actually have a discrete graphics chip installed, the 820m.
Laptop coolers are very weak because of the need to conserve space and weight.
Check to see that your cooler airway path is clear of dust or obstructions.
80-86c. is not uncommon for gaming on a laptop.
It may turn out that replacing the cooler thermal paste can help.
But, that can be a tricky job, depending on the laptop.
The fans will sped up to try to cool things. That is normal.
But if you hear strange fan sounds, the fan could be failing.
The temperatures don’t usually go as high as 86c , they stay at 80 to 83. The fan just starts making fast speed noises , but i normally haven’t heard these noises (first time since I ever played a high level game like bf1) so I often confuse it with something critical. Anyways , so you mean to say its perfectly normal ? Or do you see something critical?Thanks anyways. :)
Btw my NVIDIA control panel says that I have the GeForce 820A in my aio.
Will it be safe to play for 90 minutes?
 
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