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Darbydoggy
Aug 31, 2004, 06:56 PM
Anyone usind the Temperature Monitor freeware? Could you please post your readings for your powerbook? I am interested in using the plug in power cord and the energy settings set at highest performance. What is your powerbook specs and what was open or working at the time of the temp readings?

Thanks

vraxtus
Aug 31, 2004, 07:01 PM
Anyone usind the Temperature Monitor freeware? Could you please post your readings for your powerbook? I am interested in using the plug in power cord and the energy settings set at highest performance. What is your powerbook specs and what was open or working at the time of the temp readings?

Thanks

About 135 F at automatic settings, type in sig.

comictimes
Aug 31, 2004, 07:04 PM
with the poswer plugged in and processor at highest, I'm getting 95.0F for the battery, 124 for the processor bottomside, and 129.7 for the power supply bottomside.

wow that's hot...

LeeTom
Aug 31, 2004, 07:05 PM
Okay, here is my 1.25GHz Powerbook, been on since this morning with the lid closed, connected to a Cinema Display:

107.6F/42.0C Battery
141.8F/61.0C Processor Bottomside
143.6F/62.0C Processor/Controller Bottomside
145.8F/63.2C Power Supply Bottomside
114.8F/46.0C SMART Disk FUJITSU MHT208...


Lee Tom

Darbydoggy
Aug 31, 2004, 10:44 PM
Well, for tonight I've got Batt 105.8, Processor Bottomside 128.8, Processor / Controller Bottomside 130.6, Power Supply Bottomside 134.6.

The reason I asked is my PB felt pretty hot today and I was getting the highest readings at around 141 to 142 F.

I just wanted to check in on what others are seeing so I can tell if the heat is way out of line or just normal for this compact computer. Also, the case is the heat sink, so it must get hot.

All the above are with processor highest performance with 2 or 3 things going on at once.

PB 15" 1.5 Ghz 128vid 5400rpm 1.5 gig ram.