Re: sudden power loss (WAS: sudden power loss on tibook)
- To: Michael Tautschnig <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Subject: Re: sudden power loss (WAS: sudden power loss on tibook)
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- Date: Thu, 01 Dec 2005 16:32:44 +0100
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Michael Tautschnig wrote:
I'm a gentoo-user and compiling frequently, but my iBook (G4,1.2GHz, got
it Feb05) never dies on _high_ cpu load.
Does this also mean that your fan is not running at high speed before those
nope, I think it mostly didn't even run at low speed.
absolutely nothing unusual, just sudden power loss.
when my cpu is clocked to 1.2GHz and mostly idling it's around 51°C and
the fan kicks in at 56° (running Panther the fan starts only when I'm
playing WC3 and after a reboot to gentoo the CPU was still at 57°C!).
@600MHz the temperature for idling is 48°C I think.