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Re: Powerbook produces a lot more heat after kernel upgrade



El Jueves, 2 de Diciembre de 2004 13:59, Colin Leroy escribió:
> On 02 Dec 2004 at 13h12, José Manuel Pérez wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> > I'm having same problem with my iBook G4. Now with kernel 2.6.9 fan is
> > almost always running. I've looked at cpu heat and is over 50, normal
> > 53-54 degrees. I'd like to know if it's posible to set cpu limit to 55
> > in order to fan stops.
>
> Yes, just
> echo 5 > /sys/devices/temperatures/limit_adjust

Thanks, I'll try it.

>
> (limit is 50 + limit_adjust). Verify the setting with
> cat /sys/devices/temperatures/cpu_limit
> which should be 55 after that.

Ok.

>
> > With OSX fan runs almost never doing same things
> > (mail, browser, editor, etc) as in Linux. I don't know if setting cpu
> > limit to a higher value would be a problem, I don't like to fry my
> > iBook.
>
> Just don't go to high (> 60 may be risky).

Don't mind, I don't want to fry my laptop.
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