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Old 23rd June 2019, 21:21   #1  |  Link
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My laptop temps

Hi guys please excuse me English because is not my first language but I trying to do my best

My laptop is Dell Inspiron 17 5000 series Intel core i5 7200U CPU @2.50mhz 8gb DDR4 and I need to use for encoding with Handbrake and I need to know what is the maximun temperature that my processor can hold on ?

How can I know what temperature is good, what is warning and what is the limit?

Thank you in advance!!
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My laptop is Dell Inspiron 17 5000 series Intel core i5 7200U CPU @2.50mhz 8gb DDR4 and I need to use for encoding with Handbrake and I need to know what is the maximun temperature that my processor can hold on ?
According to Intel, Tj max is 100 degrees Celsius for that CPU. I would keep it way below that, let's say 75-80 max.
Just use the CPU Temp Monitor StainlessS suggested and check the temperatures while encoding.
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According to Intel, Tj max is 100 degrees Celsius for that CPU. I would keep it way below that, let's say 75-80 max.
Just use the CPU Temp Monitor StainlessS suggested and check the temperatures while encoding.

Thank you so you say if the temps are between 75-80 or max 80 is ok?
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Thank you so you say if the temps are between 75-80 or max 80 is ok?
Yes.

However, I would not use a laptop as an encoding box for daily use. Just my 2c.
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