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How hot is this, really? Most technical devices are designed to withstand a certain amount of heat. If you feel like things are getting too hot under your feet and there's a real fire hazard - call the shop that sold you this modem. That shouldn't be happening.
Anyway, theoretically speaking I believe that more heat should actually speed up electrical circuits. There are a real, proven scientific theories that explain this. So whatever you heard: no, it isn't true. I can imagine the idea about a modem underclocking itself when it senses a temperature increase, but that would be the first modem I ever heard of doing that.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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