[RC5] RC5 on laptops & CPU temperature

Darren Clark biggranger at tds.net
Tue Nov 2 20:13:39 EST 2004

I've had dnetc running on several of my laptops for the last 6 years 
(Dell's) with no real problems. If I need to run off of battery, then 
I'll turn it off since it really sucks the battery down. It does really 
heat up the laptop, just keep it well ventilated and don't put it on carpet.

Darren Clark


Martin Dundas wrote:

> When running rc5 of a laptop that I have, I've noticed that the CPU 
> cooling fan will run constantly while Dnet is active. Also the 
> underside of the computer feels much hotter than normal.
> Is the CPU in danger of overheating? If it is how do I get it to pause 
> dnet when the CPU reaches a set temperature, or run intermittently, 
> (periodically pausing)?
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