Discussion in 'Fujitsu' started by TabletX, Jul 13, 2006.
It might be within the safety margins, but it's sorta uncomfortable to hold.
I can understand but being left-handed does help...
Your hand doesn't catch the part where it's hot.
Has anyone tried a Notebook cooler? like this one:
Personally I would not touch any USB controlled cooler.
1. It draws power from the USB port which in turn uses more processor power, battery juice and raises temperature ~ a bit of a negative use if you see what I mean.
2. The fans on these devices have an adverse effect as the fan stops cool air from entering the tablet.
so p8rson, what temp monitor is it that you use? And is there a capable Fan GUI out there?
i looked into this a couple weeks ago and i found out that fujitsu doesn't have a fan speed monitor or something so no, there is no fangui type program for it.
too right. found this http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php which works well. it monitors HDD and 2 other temps but Im not sure what they Correspond to. OH and its free.
so can you monitor cpu temps with it?? so that the fans can you know dynamically throttle themselves?
as far as i can tell, ive got the HDD temp (now hitting 50c) and two other temps. there is no way to control the fans that i can tell. and for that matter what the other two readings are. but have a look.
Humidity Range Operating 20 - 85%
Max Operating Temperature 95 °F
Min Operating Temperature 41 °F
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