NHC Battery Wear

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  1. Rieuk

    Rieuk Scribbler - Standard Member

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    Sorry guys, but I've yet to figure out how to view the wear on my battery through NHC - here is a scrnshot of what I'm seeing here?

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    Also, my CPU temp is consistently in the low to mid 60s - higher than i previously thought it to be. Is this detrimental to the CPU?
     
  2. SimsHsia

    SimsHsia "I will do science to it" Senior Member

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    Hi Rieuk,

    Click the "Settings" tab, then click the "Show all NHC options and settings", then go to the "Battery" tab.

    You'll see something similar to what I've highlighted in red, attached below:
     

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  3. Rieuk

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    lol, ok I'm stupid :p
    Thanks SimsHsia.
     
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    Your CPU temps look fine. Is that in idle?
     
  5. Rieuk

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    Yeah, more or less. Just an internet browser, a few messenger windows, Zone Alarm and a few other processes running there.
     
  6. SimsHsia

    SimsHsia "I will do science to it" Senior Member

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    If you're plugged in through the AC adapter, I think you are, the temperature of the overall system will be at least over 140 degrees Fahrenheit. You'll see the temperature drop if you were to go on battery power, most likely. :)
     
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    Yup, mine's about 62/63 deg C, looks fine to me.
     
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    Just a small query..... any particular reason you have 'Dynamic Switching for CPU Speed?
     
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    Just make sure the ventilation ports are not blocked/obstructed and you should be fine. If your laptop gets hot enough to burn you then it's a problem.

    Mine's on dynamic switching too... but that's because I undervolted it and set the CPU speed to 75% while on battery. Also adjusted CPU load before stepping up/down.
     
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    Yes, I can understand why you set yours Kureshii.

    I just wanted to make sure Rieuk understands. :)
     
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