Στις Tuesday 22 July 2008 00:25:46 ο/η Tore Lund έγραψε:
> Achilleas Mantzios wrote:
> > ...
> > Having said that, the issue with the temperature must not be my thing :(
> > after kldload coretemp, i get
> > [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]% sysctl -a | grep tempera
> > hw.acpi.thermal.tz0.temperature: 40,0C
> > dev.cpu.0.temperature: -1
> > [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]%
> > The first always is stuck to 40 and dev.cpu.0.temperature to -1.
> Achillea, have you told us what CPU you have? Manolis presumes you have
> an Intel, but I do not see this information anywhere in your posts. If
> you have a recent AMD, try the port k8temp.
Sorry, i have a
CPU: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.66GHz (2672.74-MHz 686-class CPU)
Origin = "GenuineIntel" Id = 0xf29 Stepping = 9
So coretemp is not for me.
While experimenting, i noticed the 1st and 3rd temperatures from mbmon to be
updated in a fashion that seems
[EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]% mbmon
Temp.= 41.0, 201.0, 42.0; Rot.= 3443, 0, 0
Vcore = 1.50, 1.81; Volt. = 3.30, 5.08, 11.43, -11.74, -1.69
I started to trust mbmon, and i think the 1st temp must be motherboard, while
the 3rd CPU,
and indeed the first value varies betaeen 41-42 degrees, and the third value
from 39, (~ 100% idle)
to 45 (0% idle). So i assume the above must be right.
Yesterday i had mbmon -t > mbmon.out running all night and the highest CPU temp
was at 46 deg C,
while highest MB temp was at 43 deg Celsius (if the previous assumptions about
the interpretation of the
output of mbmon are correct).
Both high temps happened while running periodic daily at 03:00 (which increased
my trust in those).
All that, was after i blew the box/case inside and closed the case.
If i trust those numbers and their interpretation then i must not have a
temperature problem (anymore).
Lets see how the machine behaves.
There is always the other usual suspect from the memory department :)
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