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    CPU - Heat ranges

    Ok, I'm sure this is discussed somewhere on here in detail but I thought I'd ask just to be sure.

    Currently SetCPU has the setting of anything over 40 degrees Celsius as a benchmark of cutting back your CPU. I know that REGULAR chips can comfortably reach 75-80degrees C without failure. Has anyone got any information regarding this regarding the droid chipset? I find myself constantly heating up to 40 degrees C way too fast and not being able to fully enjoy the speed.

    Any ideas on safe benchmarks for Temp?



    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by poooookah78 View Post
    Ok, I'm sure this is discussed somewhere on here in detail but I thought I'd ask just to be sure.

    Currently SetCPU has the setting of anything over 40 degrees Celsius as a benchmark of cutting back your CPU. I know that REGULAR chips can comfortably reach 75-80degrees C without failure. Has anyone got any information regarding this regarding the droid chipset? I find myself constantly heating up to 40 degrees C way too fast and not being able to fully enjoy the speed.

    Any ideas on safe benchmarks for Temp?

    Thanks!

    I have mine set on 50C and have never reached it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poooookah78 View Post
    Ok, I'm sure this is discussed somewhere on here in detail but I thought I'd ask just to be sure.

    Currently SetCPU has the setting of anything over 40 degrees Celsius as a benchmark of cutting back your CPU. I know that REGULAR chips can comfortably reach 75-80degrees C without failure. Has anyone got any information regarding this regarding the droid chipset? I find myself constantly heating up to 40 degrees C way too fast and not being able to fully enjoy the speed.

    Any ideas on safe benchmarks for Temp?

    Thanks!



    I have mine set on 50C and have never reached it.
    Hmmmm... Just wondering....What speed are you running your CPU?
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    Quote Originally Posted by poooookah78 View Post
    Ok, I'm sure this is discussed somewhere on here in detail but I thought I'd ask just to be sure.

    Currently SetCPU has the setting of anything over 40 degrees Celsius as a benchmark of cutting back your CPU. I know that REGULAR chips can comfortably reach 75-80degrees C without failure. Has anyone got any information regarding this regarding the droid chipset? I find myself constantly heating up to 40 degrees C way too fast and not being able to fully enjoy the speed.

    Any ideas on safe benchmarks for Temp?

    Thanks!



    I have mine set on 50C and have never reached it.
    Hmmmm... Just wondering....What speed are you running your CPU?
    I run at 1.0Ghz. My profiles are:

    Charging 550/250
    Sleep 250/250
    Power <40% 550/250
    Failsafe >50C 550/250

    BTW, you can use the D-Pad on the physical keyboard to accurately set the temp in Failsafe. Up and down cycles through the items you want to set and left and right moves the slid bar. In Failsafe the temp slider bar will move in 1 tenth degree increments.
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    Holy crap I didn't know that, I always thought it was a joke that it was only that little slider with a tenths place as it it's possible to actually land where you want it. Cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Jass View Post
    Holy crap I didn't know that, I always thought it was a joke that it was only that little slider with a tenths place as it it's possible to actually land where you want it. Cool.
    I found that on a different forum last week. Isn't the internet great !
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    Just a reminder. Temperature readings are for the battery. Mines gotten to 118 Fahrenheit with no problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hookbill View Post
    Just a reminder. Temperature readings are for the battery. Mines gotten to 118 Fahrenheit with no problem.
    Duh! Good catch. It says that plainly on the screen. I had just fixated on this kernels ability to read the chip temp. I changed mine to 45C based on that. That exactly equals the max rate temp for the battery.

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    Sholes 2.0.5 using 2.0.1 shows cpu and batt temp with temp monitor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Backnblack View Post
    Sholes 2.0.5 using 2.0.1 shows cpu and batt temp with temp monitor.
    So does Bugless Beast, but we were talking about the Failsafe temp and it's battery only according to the profile screen and the dev's website.
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