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  1. Thanks for your reply. I thought that it would be a good idea to buy a cooling pad or thermal paste. But alternatively, could I also undervolt the i5? (None of my researches led me to clear results :S)
  2. After reading about undervolting and overclocking, I was curious about my default CPU temperature (I got my Acer Aspire, V3-571G only a few days ago). My CPU is an Intel i5-3210M (Ivy Bridge). After running some 20min torture tests, I got core temperatures of ~82C° average for both cores. I did not overclock or anything the like. Are these temperatures alarming or are they perfectly okay for my notebook? Edit: I just did a just-for-fun gaming test (Call of Duty 4 ). It resulted in the stats of Core [email protected]°C, Core [email protected]°C and [email protected]°C using CPUID.
  3. To be honest, I am a little bit intimidated and unsure whether I should overclock my GT640M or not. I am using an Aspire V3-571G which I got a few days ago. Of course I'd like to improve the settings for even better gaming experience, especially with the 640M's potential that is spoken of. But I am not sure whether it could affect the laptop's lifetime or could damage the laptop due to overheat – I do not posess a cooling pad or something the like. Are my fears justified or just fears?
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