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.
I am having a problem with powernow-K8 no compatable ACPI _PSS objects found when I boot-up.
It started with F-15 and it wouldn't go any further so I downloaded F-16 and after a few tries the Live CD finally booted and I installed 16 but now it's doing the same thing, I did get it booted with old kernel and updated but it doesn't help.
I have Cool n Quiet disabled because I have my AMD 10
Samsung announced what appears to be its first 512GB SSD (solid state disk), utilizing & high-performance toggle-mode& DDR NAND flash. The device provides three times the performance of a typical hard disk drive, and extends battery life even further than previous SSDs, the company claims....
XFX is ready with a non-reference R9 290X of its own and the card is en route to our office. We got confirmation from XFX that the card is considerably quieter compared to the AMD reference design, but then again so is my old Audi.
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.
I am working on a Java program that accesses a set of several thousand files on disk, reading all or part of each one. Disk access performance determines my program's performance. Running this program on an Ubuntu 10.04 VM (under VMWare Fusion), I noticed performance speeding up. This was consistent with vmstat results, which showed a peak input rate of 125 MB/sec.