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Thread: System resource and Temperature

  1. #1
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    System resource and Temperature

    Hello there everybody ...
    I would like to explain about something that worries me a lot ...
    when i was using windows the avarage temperauter (for CPU , GPU , HD , and internal temp) was between 37-47 ... but when i moved to linux (ubuntu specially) i feel like the system consumes more resources and the avarage temp on ubuntu are now between 55-60 ... (I'm not using beryl or Compiz or any of these stuff) ... and i'm worried about temp because the computer are left on for long times...

    maybe the temp isn't dangerous , but to be hounest i moved to linux cuz i read a lot that it's more stable and less memory and resources consumer.

  2. #2
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    Re: System resource and Temperature

    may anyone help ?

  3. #3
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    Re: System resource and Temperature

    The temp is the same on my pc regardless of witch OS I use(Windows Vista and Ubuntu). And second; the bios will shut off the pc if the temp gets critical high - have you looked at your bios if it has this option?

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    Re: System resource and Temperature

    Are you using lm_sensors to see the temps?
    It could be that they are reading the temps with an offset.

    What CPU do you have? (assuming your talking about CPU temps)

  5. #5
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    Re: System resource and Temperature

    Thank you all guys for concerning ... I've just installed Xubuntu and i've got a -(5-10) Degree , that's better.

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