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Just wanted to say how impressed I am with the temperature of the NC10. It never seems to get very hot. Using my HP for the same tasks made it very hot, this is actually hardly warm!
So true! Some temperature readings:
CPU: usually around 41 – 42 degrees Celsius
HD: usually around 38 degrees
Cool by name, cool by nature 😉
I really like this and always find myself searching for bad points 🙂
I do struggle to find them and the only one is my battery wear..
Where as really i should be happy great laptop,everything i’v thrown at it has been successfull and i am really glad i got it!
It is cool and can’t wait till i go to college next year to make the most of it 🙂
Have a feeling this cool netbook is gonna’ be a keeper
Since i am sending my Aspire One back to Amazon today and it did get very hot (1 week old), what is everyone using (as a program?) to measure temp. And is this temp at CPU?
Speedfan is one of many, it’s free:
Everest Ultimate is another hardware diagnostics program that I really like, but is not free:
They all measure temperatures at any hardware location that has sensors (fans, CPU, drives, etc.)
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