Στις Monday 21 July 2008 14:59:09 ο/η Kemian Dang έγραψε: > Achilleas Mantzios wrote: > > Hi, i have had various crashes and segfaults in the last hot days (room > > temp about 30 deg C). > > I tried to monitor CPU temp with mbmon, which shows a very big value in COU > > temperature: > > [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# mbmon -c 1 > > > > Temp.= 42.0, 201.0, 39.0; Rot.= 3245, 0, 0 > > Vcore = 1.50, 1.81; Volt. = 3.30, 5.08, 11.31, -11.74, -1.66 > > > > Also, healthdc shows: > > localhost 186.0 0.0 0.0 5314 17307 0000 1.49 > > 2.49 1.62 5.42 0.00 -10.84 0.00 > > and lmmon -i shows: > > Motherboard Temp Voltages > > > > 186C / 366F / 459K Vcore1: +1.469V > > Vcore2: +1.766V > > Fan Speeds + 3.3V: +3.219V > > + 5.0V: +4.932V > > 1: 10629rpm +12.0V: +11.750V > > 2: 33750rpm -12.0V: -13.188V > > 3: 16071rpm - 5.0V: -1.800V > > > > So i dont have any idea how to assess the real CPU temperature. > > I am thinking of tuning down the BIOS to fail-safe settings, just as an > > extra measure. > > Apart from that, i have no clue how to solve the random crashes/segfaults > > problem. > > I also opened the case in order to get ventilated with fresh air from the > > room. > > Any hints would be welcome. > > P.S. > > Please include me in the reply, i am not subscribed to -questions. > > > I use > sysctl -a |grep tepmerature > to get the temperature, tough to say the truth, I am not sure about > their exactly meaning... Yes thx, the problem is that hw.acpi.thermal.tz0.temperature always return 40.0C, and i read about others noticing that. > > Best wishes, > Kemian >
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