whats the highest ACTUAL CPU temp you have seen on your droid?


whats the highest cpu temp you have seen on your droid?

  1. less than 40c

    7.0%
  2. between 40c and 45c

    37.2%
  3. between 45c and 50c

    18.6%
  4. between 50c and 55c

    18.6%
  5. between 55c and 60c

    7.0%
  6. higher than 60c

    11.6%

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  1. jasonb1985

    jasonb1985 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    just trying to get an idea of how hot is normal. so how hot is the hottest you have seen your droid cpu get?

    PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE ONLY POST YOUR ACTUAL CPU TEMPS, NOT BATTERY TEMPS.
     

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  2. alostpacket

    alostpacket Over Macho Grande? VIP Member

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    over 9000
     
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    jasonb1985 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Haha, in all seriousness, I've seen 55C.

    I think Tas said the hottest he saw his was 65C at 1.35GHz.
     
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    jasonb1985 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    i saw 56c once. i get it up to 50-52 quite often when browsing the web for an extended period of time.
     
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    Branndon Well-Known Member

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    This high enough?

    62C or 143F

    I'm sure it was a little bit of a fluke, it was very warm, but not burning hot, and it cooled down pretty quickly.
     

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    YankeeDudeL Well-Known Member

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    lmao! DBZ always brings out the nerd in me.

    Back on topic 47C was the highest I've seen it, and that was running 1.2ghz.
     
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    jasonb1985 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    damn i guess i have a crappy chip compared to some of you guys. i see 50-52 quite often when clocking at only 800mhz. i end up in this range anytime i use the browser or stream music for a half hour or more.
     
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    I have got to say im not sure i believe temp monitor app sometimes. I have seen it jump from 23c to 50 c in about a minute from going from 250 in standby to 1200 and browsing. The hottest i ahve got it, not trying to anyway but was 123f while downloading 175 album covers for my 3 music player at 1000mghtz. I normally run at 1000 because 1200 gets so hot so fast, where at 1000 seems more stable and will run in mid 30s for a long time before it heats up.
     
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    bigdroiddog Well-Known Member

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    Has anyone noticed that the failsafe profile under set cpu profiles only seem to work off the direct internal temp that the android os takes and not what temp monitor is displaying? When i had my failsafe set at 44.5c to downclock to 600, it just stayed at 1000 even though the temp notification for temp monitor was showing 52c. I am wondering if whats displayed in the notification bar is a average of both the battery and proc temps because under the temp monitor program itself the numbers never match.
     
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    jasonb1985 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Setcpu's failsafe is for the battery temp, not the processor temp. It also doesn't read in real time.
     
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    Anonimac Your mom goes to college. VIP Member

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    According to quick converstion
    153 Degree Fahrenheit = 67.2222222 Celsius

    Believe me, i wasn't happy to see this temp when i pulled it out of my pocket. I set a long FTP transfer of music from my home NAS to phone...pulled it out of jacked pocket and immediately very very hot in hand and 153 degrees registering on CPU (not battery) temp...i wasn't a happy camper. I think it had something to do with a buggy 7.5 BB ROM...not sure, haven't seen anything close to that temp since. Was running 1 Ghz at the time.
     
  13. YankeeDudeL

    YankeeDudeL Well-Known Member

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    Wow, I don't know what the deal is. I wonder if it has anything to do w/ the model. Over in the root subforum, most seem of us are having a lot more luck than what's showing over here.

    1.2 was never that stable for me (would randomly reboot, not very often, but enough to annoy me), but even then it only got as hot as stated. And that would be w/ streaming music for hours or DLing the album cover w/ 3 (about 250 the last time). Still, at 1.1ghz I don't get over 40C.
     

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