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LBaD
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I7-7700HQ Temperature - Is this temperature right?

Hello, I've been with a laptop for a week, with the i7-7700HQ processor and I have doubts about the temperatures.

 

 

Playing I have reached 96/98 degrees in one of the cores and I do not know if that is right or wrong. I did the test with the IntelProcessor Diagnostic Tool and in all the tests gave an average of 40 degrees below the maximum these are the results of the test. . Everything is alright ?

 

--- Temperature Test ---

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Version 1.0.17.64b.W

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Entering run forever

Current Junction Temperature is 50C

Current Degrees Below Max 50C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 50 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 84C

Current Degrees Below Max 16C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 16 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 85C

Current Degrees Below Max 15C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 15 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 87C

Current Degrees Below Max 13C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 13 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 56C

Current Degrees Below Max 44C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 44 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 50C

Current Degrees Below Max 50C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 50 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 64C

Current Degrees Below Max 36C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 36 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 70C

Current Degrees Below Max 30C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 30 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 71C

Current Degrees Below Max 29C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 29 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 73C

Current Degrees Below Max 27C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 27 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 56C

Current Degrees Below Max 44C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 44 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 54C

Current Degrees Below Max 46C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 46 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 78C

Current Degrees Below Max 22C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 22 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 82C

Current Degrees Below Max 18C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 18 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 59C

Current Degrees Below Max 41C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 41 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 55C

Current Degrees Below Max 45C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 45 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 80C

Current Degrees Below Max 20C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 20 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 85C

Current Degrees Below Max 15C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 15 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 87C

Current Degrees Below Max 13C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 13 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 57C

Current Degrees Below Max 43C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 43 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 54C

Current Degrees Below Max 46C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 46 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Junction Temperature is 79C

Current Degrees Below Max 21C

Maximum Junction Temp Allowed 100C

Test Result - PASS

Expected Greater than 1 degrees below max

Received 21 degrees below max

Test PASSED

Current Juncti...

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idata
Community Manager
129 Views

Hello Nalus,

 

I was taking a look to your thread and I understand that you want to know if the temperature of your I7-7700HQ is right or not.

 

It will be more than pleasure to help you out with your inquiry.

 

Based on the results that you shared I was able to check that the highest temperature that your machine reached was about 87°C. The maximum temperature allowed at the processor die will be 100°C. Our Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool performs a pretty detailed stress test that will take a processor to its highest temperature. Depending on the status of the processor, the highest temperature will change. Bad processors usually reach almost the top temperature, causing the whole system to crash, to go BSOD or to perform random reboots.

 

If your machine has any of these behaviors, I strongly recommend you to check this troubleshooting list:

 

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005776/processors.html https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005776/processors.html

 

If you purchased your computer from a computer manufacturer opening your computer case may void your warranty. Contact your manufacturer if you are experiencing any overheating warning signs before trying any of these steps.

 

At this point I can totally assure that your machine has the right temperature, however if you run into any issues or performance error, you are totally free to let us know or to contact your OEM manufacturer in order to get support.

 

 

I hope this helps,

 

Best Regards,

 

Diego S

 

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