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Old 06-22-2007, 08:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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lol i just used my air con max setting and put it directly on to it lol so ****ing funny and also i had to stand up on a chair and hold it up... so ****ing stupid... but i still managed to get 48C with coretemp and this ****ing crappy laptop idles around 80-90C and it will overheat and auto shutdown when it uses 100% cpu usage. lol what a very crappy laptop... it's a NEC Lavie LL370EA1F and the specs are on this website here: 121ware.com > m > LaVie L
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have you overclocked it then??? it shouldn't idle at those kinda temps it wouldn't past universal standard testing
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what part of it was idling at 80-90ºC?

I doubt very much the Sempron could handle those temperatures.
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are you sure thats right, if you think about it your processor could start to boil a cup of water
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Dude ... my sempron never got that hot .. mine idled about 56*C
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Dude ... my sempron never got that hot .. mine idled about 56*C
My sempron maxed at about 30C, when it was at 100% load for days straight.
With air cooling.
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My sempron maxed at about 30C, when it was at 100% load for days straight.
With air cooling.
Yes, I've worked w/semprons b4 and the worst I've encountered was my bro's sempron system...idle 40c full load 55c
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Semprons run very cool since they don't use much power. 80-90c doesn't sound right to me at all unless you're somehow not using thermal paste or your cpu fan isn't working.
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i don't know and this is probably the stock and it's not overclocked nor i changed any settings as the bios doesn't have it. also yes it is very hot as i opened the keyboard up and saw the cpu heatsink and there was no thermal paste or anything. should i put 1? and also have you checked the website i posted on the 1st post? it has detailed information and the spec. sorry but it is in japanese lol.
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It certainly wouldn't hurt to put on some AS5 or something.
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