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Compre hace un mes la Delll 5593 con procesador 1035G1 y aca en Perú es un poco carito y ya saben que es de 1ghz de base y turbo de 3.6Ghz. Lo que pasa es que desde los primeros dias se calienta demasiado en la parte superior izquierda del teclado y un poco del marco (incomoda y se siente el calor en el ambiente) tome temperturas con coretemp y se registra lo siguiente:

. 35 a 50 grados °C en funciones básicas de office

. 50 a 70 grados °C en funciones de videos 

 70 a 85 grados °C en juego especifico de freefirrr (ya no quise instalar otro juego porque da miedo) el calor. aveces llega a hasta 95°C.

En fin , mi consulta es saber si esos valores son normales?? ya que se activa el turbo

El procesador no es para juegos??? 

NOta: Actualice todo o que pedía el equipo ademas de la bios y saber que funciones o aplicaciones es ese tipo de procesador.


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Hello ohmar,

Thank you for posting on the Intel* Community.

Our support is provided on English only, we used a translator to better assist you.

According to our specifications, the Intel® Core™ i5-1035G1 Processor has a Tjuntction (Junction Temperature is the maximum temperature allowed at the processor die) of 100°C, based on the numbers you provided, we can say that the processor is working under the expected.

It is normal to see the processor working with different temperatures and frequency and it will depend on the tasks you are performing, for example, gaming will demand a higher load of resources and that will increase the temperature and usage. Keep in mind that this is normal as long as this does not affect the PC performance, causing freezes or BSOD for example. To know recommended settings for your games according to your processor, please, visit the website

CoreTemp is not an Intel* tool so we cannot confirm if the data is accurate.

As you are using a laptop, Intel just provides the CPU in stock settings, and we do not have control over any customization that the equipment manufacturer has performed. The best course of action will be to check with Dell* about the Laptop specifications, and the normal temperature of your whole integrated system not only about the CPU. They may also provide you settings and recommendations to avoid overheating in case you have it and a validated tool to monitoring your system.

If you need any additional information, please submit a new question as this thread will no longer being monitored.



Best regards,

Maria R.

Intel Customer Support Technician

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