And that's why I had to buy a radiator fan. Heat kills batteryColorSage said:65°c is perfectly safe for a CPU. Qualcomm and mobo manufacturers take heating under consideration. From my experience, anything lower than 80 degrees is relatively safe (except phone's getting hot). My previous galaxy s6 ran perfectly at 85 degress peak for almost three years. Mine doesn't get too hot at all. Reaches 65-70°C at maximum. Battery is a bigger problem as you can't really design Li-Ion to withstand more than 50°C without faster degradation.
KameshKamesh is your problem solved yet? Or is there still any heating issues with this device?
After trying out the method Alan John suggested, I must say the heating has reduced but only by a bit. However, the app restarts are still persistent.
Factory reset your device
After trying the alan john method yes i thought that cpu heating reduced but now it's again rising usually touches 55-60°C. There is a lot of thermal issue asus should look into this matter. While charging also the device Cpu heats up touching 52°C.