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i need know what are the normal idle tempertaure for
laptop cpu and gpu

my notebook config is ci3-330m 2.13 ghz current idle temperture is 45 degree celsius
and graphics card is ati 5470 512mb current idle temperture is 50 degree celsius


are those temperatures normal and ok

and whether it is overheating if laptop operates always at 50+ temperature

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Those temps look OK, for a laptop. You might want to clean that out. See if you get better temps.

Overclocking is not recommended in laptops. Plus most BIOS disable this function.
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What matters more, is the temperatures you get under stress.

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[quote name='_Alexander' timestamp='1363395538' post='595580240']
What matters more, is the temperatures you get under stress.
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the temperatures under stress for cpu are 65+ and gpu 70+
should i take the laptop to service center
or any other advice ifwould like to give

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Just take some canned air and blow the side vents out.

Those temps are rather good, though.
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I'd say they are ok, my laptop temps are around the same, I've had it at 98c before I put some decent thermal paste on there too, swapped the single core for a dualcore but left the original heatsink to do twice the work

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