Heat Problem with Fujitsu T4210

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  1. NewbieX

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    It might be within the safety margins, but it's sorta uncomfortable to hold.

    Oh well...
     
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    I can understand but being left-handed does help...
    Your hand doesn't catch the part where it's hot.
     
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    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.
     
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    so p8rson, what temp monitor is it that you use? And is there a capable Fan GUI out there?
     
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    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.
     
  7. onesaint

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    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.
     
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    so can you monitor cpu temps with it?? so that the fans can you know dynamically throttle themselves?
     
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    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.
     
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    Just FYI:

    Humidity Range Operating 20 - 85%
    Max Operating Temperature 95 °F
    Min Operating Temperature 41 °F
     
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