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5th January 2014, 12:29 AM |#21  
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Charging via AC doing nothing but charging

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thats displaying battery temp, not cpu temp
 
 
5th January 2014, 12:32 AM |#22  
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Thanks for the tip, i know whats going to happen.
Now I tried without a case and while NOT charging and i had 75C cpu temp after 10-15 minutes of gaming.
Is it still okay?

I am worryig, sorry if i annoy you but im this type of person

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It's safe, because it's throttling at that temperature.
It's basically no longer running full speed, it drops the Max frequency.
If it's still too hot, reduces frequency more.
It'll even disable cores when it gets too hot.

A tip for playing video games, find the lowest frequency for CPU and GPU that allows you to run your have smoothly, then you create less heat.
Based on the game, that *might* prolong the time before it gets too hot.
If manual control of your device is not acceptable, at least it's safe because of thermal throttling.
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5th January 2014, 12:41 AM |#23  
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It's safe, because it's throttling at that temperature.
It's basically no longer running full speed, it drops the Max frequency.
If it's still too hot, reduces frequency more.
It'll even disable cores when it gets too hot.

A tip for playing video games, find the lowest frequency for CPU and GPU that allows you to run your have smoothly, then you create less heat.
Based on the game, that *might* prolong the time before it gets too hot.
If manual control of your device is not acceptable, at least it's safe because of thermal throttling.

Even 80-81 is safe too?
It just happened while charging in case in a very hot area, usually its much cooler in other where i use it.
Never was hotter than 81C...

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5th January 2014, 12:52 AM |#24  
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Even 80-81 is safe too?
It just happened while charging in case in a very hot area, usually its much cooler in other where i use it.
Never was hotter than 81C...

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mine was never hotter than 100C
9th January 2014, 09:34 AM |#25  
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ha! i need one of those

whenever im actively pushing my phone hard and from 2880mhz-3014mhz, i stick the phone in the freezer for a short time, until my cpu temp is below 0C

dont do that, it can harm your hardware. not because of the temp differences, but there could be moistre buildup in your device that could harm it.

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9th January 2014, 11:51 AM |#26  
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Hi all!

Today ive noticed that my nexus 5 gets really hot while playing graphic intense games such as real racing 3 or asphalt 8.
I downloaded an app which shows the cpu temperature and while playing it was 75-76C...
While charging it can go up to 79C but i have a spigen ultra hybrid case on the phone at all times.
I am a bit worried. Are these temps okay during games?
While browsing with chrome the phone gets a bit warm, the app shows 49-50C but while its on charger it can go up to 55-56C.
Is it normal?
Is it okay how it behaves?

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same for me
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