Hello Inzam Ahmed,
Please run the following application to stress out the processor and monitor with software what’s the max temperature reached during stress.
Intel® processor diagnostic Tool:
Now, confirm what the temperature is in idle.
It’s known that high temperatures reduce the lifetime of each part of the unit and may affect software executions.
However, most of the laptops come with fan control software that may help you optimize your unit to be properly cool down.
About Tjuntion, it’s like you pointed out the max temperature that your CPU can reach. In case that it overpasses this measure it will automatically shutdown to prevent damage to the unit.
I have the same issue and the same question, but I'm not fully satisfied with the answer above. Nor do I think the first person was, as it still shows as "not answered".
The question, as I understand it, is: does the laptop cpu (i7 3630QM) work safely between 90-100'C, or will doing so reduce its life? If not, what are the recommended working temperatures?
Thanks in advace,
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To allow optimal system operation and long-term reliability, the processor must not exceed the maximum case temperature specifications as defined by the applicable thermal profile, and this case the maximum for this processor is 105C, so if you run your processor around 90-100C it should not harm your system.
The minimum Tjunction is 0C and maximum is 105 C any temperature between these two is safe;
For further reference Mobile 3rd Gen Intel® Core™ Processor Family: Datasheet, Vol. 1.