Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 834769
Computer overheating, power plug not recognized and so on
Last modified: 2013-07-31 22:11:02 EDT
Hello, i have a samsung series 5 530U (P530UB) and after a tricky installation it seems ok but some points i would like to share:
when i push off the power cable, gnome does not detect automatically that the energy is on battery only. I have to suspend and then back to get detected.
maybe not a problem, but machine keeps high temperatures when under heavy load. It tops 93ºC when, for example, playing braid of heroes of newerth.
the triky installation is just do do the correct bios magic, false for fast post and true for uefi... don't think it's related to some distro issue so let's put this one aside.
i am attaching some reports made with hardinfo, hope it helps.
it's a bit annoying to have to hibernate to get the proper battery status or to avoid leg skin contact when playing a simple game.
Created attachment 593893 [details]
Hello, i have some news there
after installing the KDE Software compilation group i got it working at 70ºC.
I'll try fluxbox and see if i can make it even more cooler
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