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Is it normal for my father in law laptop Asus F512DA with a Ryzen 5 3500u and in a bench gets like 98º/99º and not thottling reported in HWinfo?

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Is it normal for my father in law laptop Asus F512DA with a Ryzen 5 3500u and in a bench gets like 98º/99º and not thottling reported in HWinfo?

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I don’t know if it’s normal, but if the laptop is a bit older you could try to clean it up and generally while in use, try to not block its ventilations. In general it’s designed to withstand that heat, I think it will throttle at 100° or 105.
 

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I don’t know if it’s normal, but if the laptop is a bit older you could try to clean it up and generally while in use, try to not block its ventilations. In general it’s designed to withstand that heat, I think it will throttle at 100° or 105.
It has about 2 years and it's not use to play, only office work basically.
It has a base cooler stand also. I think the air flow in this laptops sucks, it only have a small square behind the laptop.
 

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Well if it’s only used for office work I wouldn’t worry about it, it will be much cooler then. Benchmarks tend to be a little too aggressive.
 

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Well if it’s only used for office work I wouldn’t worry about it, it will be much cooler then. Benchmarks tend to be a little too aggressive.
yes, while normal use it get spikes of 80º and then goes down. Still not the coolest laptop around. But what I thought strange is to get almost the maximum tcase without throttling.
Most laptops nowdays throttle much sooner.
 

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yes, while normal use it get spikes of 80º and then goes down. Still not the coolest laptop around. But what I thought strange is to get almost the maximum tcase without throttling.
Most laptops nowdays throttle much sooner.
That’s pretty normal with CPUs, it was always like this. I don’t know if it’s any difference with laptops but I wouldn’t bet on it. GPUs throttle earlier but CPUs don’t.
 

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