Question Is 89-90 degree Celsius for GPU ok for a period of 10 hours .

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I wanted to try mining ETH in my gaming laptop since the prices of ETH had recently shot up, I have been mining for a while now(a month) and I mine for 8-10 hours a day. I am not mining for profits, I am just trying it. My GPU temp sits at 89 - 90 degree Celsius. Is this very bad for my PC, will using a laptop cooling pad help? I have an ASUS ROG SCAR 3 with an i7-9750H and an RTX 2060.
 

Furzumz

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The hotter a part runs the lower its life span becomes

I dunno what the thermal limit for a laptop 2060 is. Nvidia doesn't seem to list it either . But 90c for 10 hours a day I feel its safe to say its lifespan is gonna be lowered by a good deal

~90c sounds pretty high even by laptop standards
 

Rae Nelvin

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I wanted to try mining ETH in my gaming laptop since the prices of ETH had recently shot up, I have been mining for a while now(a month) and I mine for 8-10 hours a day. I am not mining for profits, I am just trying it. My GPU temp sits at 89 - 90 degree Celsius. Is this very bad for my PC, will using a laptop cooling pad help? I have an ASUS ROG SCAR 3 with an i7-9750H and an RTX 2060.
Either you want to put down some cooling pad under your laptop or turn on 16C AC in your room. Obviously you don't want to burn your gaming laptop over a little non-profit ETH, right?
 

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