Root How hot have you got your CPU?

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  1. snake_fist_gung_fu

    snake_fist_gung_fu Well-Known Member
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    42C is as high as I got mine but then again 106 seems kinda hot to me.
     

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  2. CRPercodani

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  3. tsaunders

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    Mine got up to 100F today.
     
  4. johnlgalt

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    I was pushing 113F when I had BB 0..4 and evilTaz's 1100 MHz kernel....
     
  5. iamloco724

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    i know the battery ranges but whats the safe range for cpu temp?
     
  6. johnlgalt

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    Dunno, but I would be highly surprised if the CPU cannot handle ~115F or more.

    Now, whether i is advisable to do so on a continual basis in a passively cooled device like our phones is an entirely different matter - but IIRC I thought it was definitely higher than ~115F
     
  7. Branndon

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    127~ give or take
     
  8. johnlgalt

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    Figured it was over 115 - that seems to the low end for most CPUs I have dealt with (granted, those were Computer CPUs, but CPUs nonetheless).

    Thanks Banndoon
     
  9. Branndon

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    Welcome. It runs any speed I can throw at it too. Normally cool.
     
  10. johnlgalt

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    I haven't taken it past 1100 simply b/c I heard of some folks having issues at 1200 and many having issues at 1300.

    Wish phones had active cooling without losing the size advantage....
     
  11. meekrab

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    I've seen 51c
     
  12. SoDroid

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    I'm pretty sure that on the battery, it says to not exceed 60C or 140F. Now I don't know if that is the point of possible damage or thermal explosion, but that's what it says.
     

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