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Is running temperature considered when a machine is added to the 'Ubuntu certified' list?
I have a 2 yr old HP pavillion dv4 laptop. Ubuntu runs fine. But I recently noticed that the temperature of the cores (with just a browser open, not playing flash videos) is significantly higher than ...
Mar 2 '11 at 14:09
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