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Old 04-19-08, 06:46 AM   #1
Intangir
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Default overheating and locking up on newer driver

i upgraded from ubuntu feisty to gutsty

now world of warcraft constantly has lockups while playing
i tracked it to overheating but i cant figure out why it overheats on gutsy, but not feisty..

i included bug logs from both

gutsy seems to load a handful of extra modules (that arent even IN the xorg.conf..)
and also says Initialized GART whatever that is

also it RUNS faster, way faster, almost 3 times faster sometimes, but it overheats and craps out on me too so i dont know what to make of it

i have tried for like 3 days to figure this out, (well the first 2 days i didnt know WHAT was causing it though)

it still runs without locks up in feisty but i totally hosed that install for jsut about everything else when upgrading
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Old 04-19-08, 07:10 AM   #2
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Default Re: overheating and locking up on newer driver

Why do you start a new thread while you already got one about the same subject?
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Old 04-19-08, 06:11 PM   #3
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Default Re: overheating and locking up on newer driver

new info in the topic

anyway i fixed it

the thing was full of freaking dust

somehow windows and the old ubuntu just handled the overheat better (just scaled down and cooled off) the new version just kept eating it

but it was never supposed to run that hot anyway. and now its not
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