Whenever I use Flash or Java on my laptop, my CPU temperature rises really fast. Yesterday, it became 90 degrees Celsius. Is there any way to fix this?
I have a Dell Latitude D610 and a Pentium M CPU, not over clocked.
I wonder why when I am using Ubuntu, my laptop temperature increases. It's around 62 degrees or less. I am already using Jupiter and have set it to power saving mode but if I use maximum performance the temperature can reach 70 degrees or more.
So before cleaning my computer, my GPU ran at a temperature between 90 and 100 degrees Celsius. Now that I cleaned my computer with a compressed air can, my GPU is running at a temperature of 86 degrees Celsius.
my computer shuts down at around 55°C (131°F).
If my computers CPU temperature reaches this threshold, i hear a fire alarm sound from the speaker of my mainboard and the computer shuts down immediately. If Iturn the computer on and enter bios right after that, cpu temperature is around 45-50 degrees C. Way too cold for an alert.
I bought a Samsung Series 5 Ultra 2 weeks ago and installed Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. I am experiencing problems with overheating. When streaming, watching a movie or when having several programms/actions going on at the same time the CPU temperature rises to 95 degrees and the computer freezes. This happens sometimes when the computer is on battery and always when it is recharging.
First, it was claims of the iPad’s Wi-Fi not being strong enough for some users, but another problem has emerged where the iPad says the temperature is too hot and users need to wait for it to cool down, but with a maximum operating temperature of only 35 degrees Celsius (95 degrees Farenheit), are things getting too hot for the iPad to handle?