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wireless tether question.

Discussion in 'ChevyNo1' started by heavyvino, Jan 12, 2011.

  1. heavyvino
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    While tethering my netbook the other day I thought I would try it pluged in as my battery was charged and I was going to be con nected for a long time.
    My question is why is the temp so much higher 30 then when I use it on just the bnattery power 102 as opposed to 142.
    I just yse a full battery when I tether now.
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    Charging always heats up a device.
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    Sounds like you should do what I do, which is set a profile in SetCPU to lower your clock speed when plugged in. I lower mine all the way down to 550mhz.
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