Connecting a Gaming Laptop to a Monitor

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VictorBrowne

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I have a gaming laptop (ASUS ROG GL552) that has so far played games like sleeping dogs, arkham origins, and skyrim pretty nicely on medium to low settings (which is perfectly cool with me). I would guess that my laptop never goes above 60 degrees Celcius (140 Farenheit) while playing these games. Would connecting my laptop to a computer monitor put any less stress on my laptop, reducing the heat?
 

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If the resolution was the same, no. 60 degrees for a laptop during gaming or any intensive task is actually a great temperature.
 
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