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Postby patneela » Wed Aug 18, 2010 2:01 am

How can I reduce My CPU frequency to prevent overheating in Ubuntu ? I have Ubuntu running on a laptop, I need to know what will be required in terms of configuration to reduce overheating. When I run windows it works smoothly, but Linux on the other hand overheats it so much, that makes the fans work full throttle. I read that there's a way to make the CPU work slower, and that supposedly prevents overheating, I want to know what could possibly be done.
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Re: ubuntu

Postby shane2peru » Wed Aug 18, 2010 11:29 am

Does this only occur when running Bible Analyzer? or is it a constant problem? This is not really a Bible Analyzer issue. You probably have ATI or Nvidia drivers and that is causing it to run hot. It would be best to search the Ubuntu forums.

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