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Posted by: Marko
« on: December 12, 2014, 12:15:31 »

I recently bought this acer aspire v5-552G AMD A10-5757m. During start up i can have 90 degrees celcius of thermal heat from my cpu. When in games it will reach 120-130. Is it normal or the measurement of temperatire is really accurate or not?
I used speccy and cpuidwhmonitor.additionally, AMD 5757m maximum operating temperature is about 105 degrees celcius but it never shut down.  is it a mistake on calculation of temperature of my CPU?I also have intel laptop but itwill onlyrangeupto 60 degress celcius. this is my first AMD laptop
Posted by: Momo
« on: December 09, 2014, 19:05:54 »

Wow what an excellent way to review notebooks, really great work, congratulations
Posted by: nikk0
« on: June 28, 2014, 07:43:09 »

i got this laptop. but it always gets hot. really really hot and makes me worried so i am forced to stop playing my game and turn it off.  i wanted to remove the battery but i cant find it
Posted by: gunmaker
« on: March 26, 2014, 03:21:20 »

this computer is awesome

amd mantle BARBQUES intel and the other computer recommendation isnt even in the same ballpark.. they get payed to sya its better pfffft

200x faster than any intel computer currently with amds new mantle tech. works directly on all older computers and graphics systems going back to the hd 7000 series and newer
Posted by: Sarah McNaughton
« on: January 16, 2014, 06:49:07 »

Where is the disk drive on the acer Aspire V5-552? or isnt there one?
please help?
Posted by: Steve Schardein
« on: September 15, 2013, 15:50:00 »

Yes, that is what Dual Graphics proposes to do.  I will edit the opening GPU sentence in that section to clarify that -- thanks! :-)
Posted by: Zdenko
« on: September 15, 2013, 12:52:08 »

Hello there. Are the tests in GPU part accurate ? Ussualy 8750m scores just about 1800 points in 3dmark11. 2500 seems like lot more. So isn´t the GPU performance boosted by integrated chip on CPU ?
Posted by: Pioneer Oppinion
« on: September 15, 2013, 09:15:03 »

Acer are really listen to consumer . the power button is the best position to me. i always connect my 27" LCD monitor at home with HDMI. its just help me no need to open the lid to turn on the notebook. ergonomic design.
keep the palm rest remain cool is great design. but i dont know why notebookcheck give low mark on temperature. & they very concern put the notebook on their lap . i never see this happened in Malaysia. here is 34c always, you dont have chance to enjoy online below sunlight.
battery life is very good , 4:30hour , you can see even a lot Intel ULV notebook can't acheived this result . AMD add point.
but manufacturer are try to gain more profit with AMD model , always price too high compare value of money to Intel model.
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: September 14, 2013, 05:22:37 »

Aspire differently. Acer’s latest Aspire V5 model steps back from the solid state drives and supreme battery life of most Ultrabooks in exchange for a heavier focus on graphics—all at an affordable price point. But was it worth the trouble?

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