The most hit pages on this blog are the CPU Temperature Guides, so here is a comprehensive(work in progress) guide to everything(almost) related to CPU Overheating. Symptoms of a Overheating CPU : 1. Random Crashes: Your system may switch off or restart automatically while you are using it. And this may happen repeatedly. If the overheating problem is not severe enough, then your PC may only crash when you are running many CPU intensive applications or running a CPU intensive game. If your CPU temperature is very high, then the system may restart as it is booting up ending into a endless and dangerous loop. 2.Sluggish System: An overheating CPU underperforms, result being a sluggish computing experience. The system may experience random lock-ups too. Differential Diagnosis: A PC may also crash due to RAM, Motherboard, Hard Disk & Power Supply Unit issues. Causes of CPU Overheating: 1. Improper CPU + Heatsink installation: If your system is new and you have overheati
Is your CPU Temperature too High? How high is high enough? Is 60 degree Celsius high enough or is 70 degree Celsius the threshold? Hipatic covers your temperature problems right here. Below we discuss Intel Core 2 Duo. If your CPU is overheating, visit our CPU Overheating Guide and CPU Overheating: Symptoms, Causes, & Solutions To measure CPU Temperatures you may need Real Temp Intel Core 2 Duo: (If you wish to access the PDF related to your processor, please first follow the link given under sources at the end of the article instead of directly accessing the pdf link given under each sub heading. This will help you access the latest information on your processor from Intel's website & will also prevent hotlinking.) 1. Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor E8000 Series Intel ® Core™2 Duo Processor E8600, E8500, E8400, E8300, E8200, E8190 Thermal Profile Range: 45.1 degree Celsius (Power - 0W) to 72.4 degree Celsius (Power 65W) Source: http://download.intel.com/design/proce
I was going through the CS50 lectures of Fall 2011. CS50 recommends using the CS50 Appliance which is a VirtualBox installation of Fedora with libraries and software needed for the CS50 course. However, if you are already running a flavour of Linux (Ubuntu 12.04 in the case of this article) and want to do the examples natively, read on. On Linux, the CS50 manual gives instructions on how to install the CS50 Library for C for Linux ( Fedora / Ubuntu ). After installing the CS50 Library for C, I tried running some samples. While making pointers.c in the Week 5 lecture, I came across this error $make pointers cc pointers.c -o pointers pointers.c: In function ‘main’: pointers.c:27:5: error: ‘for’ loop initial declarations are only allowed in C99 mode pointers.c:27:5: note: use option -std=c99 or -std=gnu99 to compile your code make: *** [pointers] Error 1 If instead of using make, you use gcc pointers .c you will get a similar error. To correct this, I ran $gcc pointers.