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Re: CPU freq & core temp



First are you over clocking ???  Second is your CPU fan right for your CPU??? What I found is  most preople use way too much heat sink compound ... here's a tip ... first buy the good silver compound ... $9 at radio shack ... next clean off the old shit ... use black electrical tape  to mask the area that the compound  is suppose to be ... Next  put a small dab and use a safety razor to spread it ... the end results sould be a thin square  area ,, too much doesn't work ...  if your CPU still over heats you still other problems ... I don't have a problem with box kits  you know cpu/fan ... just know your system ... mine runs fine at 35c
 
 



--- On Tue, 4/21/09, DJ Delorie <dj delorie com> wrote:
From: DJ Delorie <dj delorie com>
Subject: CPU freq & core temp
To: fedora-list redhat com
Date: Tuesday, April 21, 2009, 8:47 PM

What's the current "right" way to tell Linux (F10 in my case) to
slow
down the CPU speed when the core temperature is too high?  (aside from
the box's built-in "turn on wind turbines before it melts" option
;)

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