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Current version by: jayeff ,

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If it's 100 degrees Fahrenheit thatsthat's absolutely fine and there is nothing wrong with that, if its 100 degrees celcuis, thatsCelsius, that's not great but for a high performance gaming laptop, it should be fine. Try turning down your game settings so the laptop doesn't have to work as hard and thus can work at a cooler tempaturetemperature. If its still at 100 degrees celcuisCelsius and you turned down the settings report back here and ill give you other options.
If it's 100 degrees Fahrenheit thatsthat's absolutely fine and there is nothing wrong with that, if its 100 degrees celcuis, thatsCelsius, that's not great but for a high performance gaming laptop, it should be fine. Try turning down your game settings so the laptop doesn't have to work as hard and thus can work at a cooler tempaturetemperature. If its still at 100 degrees celcuisCelsius and you turned down the settings report back here and ill give you other options.
 
Also, do you hear the fans spinning, and what program are you getting the tempaturetemperature measurements from?
Also, do you hear the fans spinning, and what program are you getting the tempaturetemperature measurements from?

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Original post by: Cameron ,

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If it's 100 degrees Fahrenheit thats absolutely fine and there is nothing wrong with that, if its 100 degrees celcuis, thats not great but for a high performance gaming laptop, it should be fine. Try turning down your game settings so the laptop doesn't have to work as hard and thus can work at a cooler tempature. If its still at 100 degrees celcuis and you turned down the settings report back here and ill give you other options.

Also, do you hear the fans spinning, and what program are you getting the tempature measurements from?

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