Laptops run much hotter than desktops and 80C on a desktop would be high but not deadly. Since laptops don't have the space for big heatsinks and fans, the designs run hotter.
Good day , guys . First thing's first - excuse me for my not perfect english language level . Im from Bulgaria and here ppls dont use english very often .
Since couple of days i have a new laptop Acer Aspire V17 Nitro VN7-791G-79VU . I have two things to ask about it , so ill start with the more important question for me .
I tried to find some information about this model in internet , but i've found nothing . Pretty much all i've found is a review for a similar model but not exactly the same , althrough they look the samе externally ( http://www.notebookcheck.net/Acer-Aspire-V17-Nitro-VN7-791G-759Q-Notebook-Review.126701.0.html ) . Its VN7-791G too , like mine , but the last 3 symbols are different . So :
1. In the review from the link its said that the material from which the laptop is made is named from Acer's engineers soft-touch NIL or Nanoimprint Lithography which is combination between plastic and aluminium . What i wanted to ask is about the case of my model VN7-791G . Is it with the same soft-touch NIL plastic-aluminium combination technology , which reduces the heat inside ?
2. And second . While im gaming , my laptop reaches around 80 degrees celsium . Is that temperature OK , or i should do something about it ?
The first question is the most important to me , so if u can answer me , ill be more than gratefull .
Thank you , and excuse me again if my level of english is disturbing to you