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Laptop heating too much When Microsoft Teams is Open
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My Laptop is a Dell Inspiron 3543. When I am in a meeting in Microsoft Teams it heats up to 87°C. When I am developing games it is cooler. Why does this happen? I have parents, so I can't get a new one.

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Video decoding is a very CPU-intensive task (or in some instances, GPU-intensive), and I suppose doing a video call has to decode a lot of video streams simultaneously, so that's my guess for why your laptop tends to get so hot. Maybe this amount of heat can also be indicative of some problem it has. For example, maybe some of its vents are full of dust, and as a result, it's no longer able to regulate heat very well and gets way hotter than it should. It's certainly worth looking into, as letting it get too hot for an extended amount of time might damage the hardware (though I don't really know how hot "too hot" is).

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Originally posted by RPG Hacker
Video decoding is a very CPU-intensive task (or in some instances, GPU-intensive), and I suppose doing a video call has to decode a lot of video streams simultaneously, so that's my guess for why your laptop tends to get so hot.


To add to this something that's actually harder on a CPU is encoding an outgoing video feed which is why newer GPUs actually have their own dedicated chips for video encoding. So if you are sending video (webcam or what have you) and receiving video (again webcam or screen share) you are just adding to CPU load which will heat up the laptop.

This is also besides newer laptops being thinner have generally opted for smaller fans and more passive coolers which helps disperse the heat from critical components turns the laptop into a heater.
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