overheating Thinkpad X60s with 7.0-RC1
dieterich.joh at googlemail.com
Sun Jan 6 13:26:49 PST 2008
I have to admitt, that I never had special interest in any temperatures of
my notebook whilst it was still running 6.2. It just worked.. ;-)
X and T series of the thinkpads are rather different, even the cores are
completely different (I have a dualcore low-voltage version, I assume
yours is running on a dual Pentium m, or?).
But good to know that it works for some people/thinkpads! :-)
On 1/6/08, Tobias Roth <freebsd.lists at fsck.ch> wrote:
> Johannes Dieterich wrote:
> > Hello everybody!
> > Since the update from 6.2-STABLE to 7.0 I'm encountering problems with
> > temperature of my Thinkpad X60s. Under heavy load, e.g., make builworld
> > compile gcc or... I get the following output in /var/log/messages:
> Hum, for what it's worth, I found that the opposite is true for my
> Thinkpad T43p. After I updated to 7.0-BETA-something, I could turn off
> the cpu fan completely and have the notebook not go above 70 deg celsius
> when being idle. This did not work before 7.0.
> My maximum temperature under load (with fans running of course) was and
> still is around 75 deg celsius.
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