Hey, my laptop is asus n550jv:
CPU: Intel i7-4710HQ (8) @ 3.
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 850M with 470.103.01 driver installed
GPU: Intel 4th Gen Core Processor
RAM: 8 Gb
SSD: Apacer as350 panther 256Gb
Cooling system is ok.
Now, my problem: in simple games, like terraria, enter the gungeon and don’t starve together CPU temp is going to 80-85 degree and GPU 70-80 degree. On fresh win10x64 CPU and GPU degree was less than 65.
Temp monitoring on linux: “simple monitor” and “green with envy”
Temp monitoring on win10 : “msi afterburner”
My question is how to get win10 temps or less than it&
What additional information do you need?
I was cleaned up cooling system and changed thermal paste two days ago, it’s alright.
Please read my post again, win10 have 65 degree, manjaro have 85 degree, how cooling system can affect it?
Did you read my post? I needn’t fancontrol. If you want to help, please read post.
1)My laptop have fancontrol fork called Asus-fancontrol, original fancontrol doesn’t work.
2)I need to know how to fix this overheating without go fans to 100%.
If you don’t provide good infos, don’t wait for a good solution! (We can only guessing)
At least you should include the result of
to inform us about your system and drivers using,
journalctl -p4 -b0
to inform us about problems with your system (including warning -p4 or at least errors -p3)
If you are using services or programs to solve your problem like fancontrol, thermald, tlp, etc your settings are needed to see what you are trying to do and what’s wrong cat /etc/fancontrol cat /etc/thermald/thermal-cpu-cdev-order.xml cat /etc/tlp.conf
What you have allready tried to solve it, and didn’t work. Did you try to search at forum if your problem has reported again?
Until you provide good infos, the only safe that I can do is to provide the following link ASUS_N550JV
PS: As we all replied to your post, be sure that we all have read your post. Nobody pay us to help you, so you have more chances to find a solution, if you are more polite and provide good infos and follow the forum rules. Otherwise you will get more RTFM messages!!
Two days ago my Lenovo W530 started overheating. All I do is simple computing, browsing mainly. Usually the temp is around 50C but now it is often going up to 90. I use the Brave Browser but switching to Firefox made no difference. I switched out of Manjaro to stable BU OS Debian and it is still running higher than usual but more like in the 60’s. In both systems am using Gnome with Vitals add-on on the Taskbar and the fan is working fine. But as long as Debian is running in 60’s and Manjaro in 80-90’s I’ll have to stick with Debian.
In Manjaro in System Monitor can see that one or more of the 8 CPU’s is going into 100% which usually raises temp considerably but in the Process Manager I cannot see any programs using much RAM or CPU%. 100% CPU use not happening in Debian. Ooops, spoke too soon: now it is happening in Debian too for a few minutes at a time then stops; all am running is OS and Brave.
But am wondering if maybe Gnome update has changed things. If this doesn’t go away in a week or so will consider installing non-Gnome option to see if that makes a difference.
I also changed Hardware from Proprietary to Open Source a couple of times but no difference.
@TrueDru do your fans work after suspension? cuz my laptop (asus as yours but older) after resumes from suspension the fancontrol service dies and the temps go high even when watching videos, do your high temps happen after suspension or always? Also this does not happen on windows, is a linux kernel bug. A way of knowing if this is happening is checking the sensors output after a suspension, if the fan speed is changing then you are not affected, if the cpu fan speed does not change no matter the task then you have your guilty.