Temperature Issues with Acer Gaming Laptop Bought in Sydney
Last edited 24/04/2018 - 11:36 by 2 other users
Hi guys, 2 weeks ago I bought a gaming laptop from Scorptec in Sydney, after 2 days having it I realised it has some termal issues and tried to contact one of the guys in the Technical Department at Scorptec, they told me that the CPU reaching 98 degrees max and the gpu 88 degrees max is pretty standard for this kind of processor(i7-7700k, 1060 Pc-version).
A few days later I joined a closed group on Facebook where all the owners of this "Acer Predator 300" could post questions and stuff line that and after comparing my temps with theirs and the FPS they get in games I was…wtf?
So I decided to bring it back to Scorptec for an inspection 5 days ago but they don't seem very helpful (they tried contacting Acer asking if the temperatures are normal) but seems like Acer is: Yeah this kind of temperatures are normal for this kind of laptop. So yeah no help from them.
Is there a way for me to return the laptop and getting my money back or at least the option to get store credit even though "everything seems fine with the laptop" ?
Sorry for the long post, hope you guys can help me. Thanks.