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Savpether 11-05-10 05:24 PM

Big problem with nvidia g103m on compaq presario cq61
 
Hi! I have a big problem with geforce g103m on my K/Ubuntu 10.10 and windows 7. I use 260.12 of nvidia driver. Temperature of the card is soo high - 80 degrees under linux and windows. When I start some game like openarena or generals on windows/linux temperature growing very fast. I played about one minute to openarena on linux/windows and when I quit the game temperature was 103 degrees is tooo high. What I should do? I very disappointed with this situation beacause I couldnt normal work.
Thanks, Peter.

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thefirstm 11-05-10 05:45 PM

Re: Big problem with nvidia g103m on compaq presario cq61
 
I don't think there is anything you can do. HP/Compaq laptops are especially notorious for having poor CPU/GPU cooling.

Savpether 11-06-10 06:46 AM

Re: Big problem with nvidia g103m on compaq presario cq61
 
Ok I would be use this notebook if only temperature was 85 degrees, but if I would like to play, i cant because I will propably burned down this card..

Savpether 11-06-10 12:29 PM

Re: Big problem with nvidia g103m on compaq presario cq61
 
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