khali at linux-fr.org
Thu Oct 24 18:28:09 CEST 2002
> 1* CPU temp is always higher that SYS temp. PS temp is usually bewteen
> CPU and SYS temp.
I have to correct myself here. See my own temps:
M/B Temp: +35°C (limit = +42°C, hysteresis = +40°C)
CPU Temp: +50.4°C (limit = +60°C, hysteresis = +56°C) (beep)
P/S Temp: +30.0°C (limit = +42°C, hysteresis = +40°C)
The CPU has the higher temperature, but M/B is hotter than P/S. So, take
care not to conclude too fast.
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