Game play – laptop over heating problem-i5-processor

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I am playing call of duty game in my laptop. Laptop is from Dell Inspiron series, i5 processor with 4 GB RAM. It has a turbo boost feature which makes processor increase clock speed during high performance requirement. What I have notices is that, whenever I play the game, after around 20-25 minutes I cannot even touch the part close to the fan. I am keeping it on a flat table and exhaust is not an issue. Is it normal for laptop get that much heated up? Is it okay if I continue playing on? Any other self measures are there in laptop to prevent over heat disaster?

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Game play – laptop over heating problem-i5-processor


I think that you are playing the latest Call of Duty, an addictive game. I hope the game experience is too good so that you are playing it continuously. The heating problem while playing games are normal because of the higher graphics the game consists.

1. But still you can check for the latest drivers for graphics in the vendor site.

2. You can also go for an additional cooling fan to reduce the heat.

If the system overheats your bios will stop the system if it reaches a critical point.

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