Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
Is it true that AMD processors in notebooks produce much more heat than their INTEL counterparts????
i have an AMD turion rm-70 processor and i recently downloaded the SPEEDFAN software to keep a check on my notebook.
i was surprised to see temp ranging around 86 C to 96 C.
is it the normal temp for any notebook core(as the software was showing the core temp)???
How harmful are these high temperatures for my notebook in the long run????
Mine is HP Pavilion DV-5 1106-AX.
Pleez give some suggestions!!!!!!!!!!!
I have never heard of that about AMD cpus, on the contrary it has always been the Pentiums who overheated, nevertheless, it does sound like you are running a little hot, I would suggest a laptop cooler like an Xpad, that should cool it down down at least 5-10 degrees, try it you will be amazed what a difference they make.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
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