N/APosted on - 03/06/2012
I'm using a Compaq Presario cq60 and a dell Inspiron laptop. When I run them in Windows mode, the maximum core temperature it attains is around 50 (Celsius). But when I run in Linux mode sometimes the core temperature goes up to 90 (Celsius) within just, 1-2 hours. I have placed several cooling pads and sinks but seems that they are of no use.
Please help me on this issue.
Why does my laptop get overheated when using Linux?
A puny app titled Jupiter (Is an applet graphic in Monaural shaped for notebooks and laptops that you can use to reverse between Power Saver and High Performance show and quality action norm, modify the Resolution enable or handicap the Bluetooth, touchpad, WI-Fi and so on.)
This can essay your index management settings especially for the CPU. Install it and (restart the system after installation) set the Performance Mode to Power Saver (Move on the lightning fasten picture at the top panel to convert these settings). It will help you to cool down the system.