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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by lyons238, Jun 17, 2010.

  1. lyons238

    lyons238 Well-Known Member
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    So I woke up and noticed phone was pretty warm. I looked in system panel and my CPU had been at 998mhz for about an hour and my phone had been in use for 5 hours. The culprate was the facebook app, I was pissed lol. Do you think I hurt my phone at all? The battery temp was at like 108f

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  2. lyons238

    lyons238 Well-Known Member
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    Anyone?


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  3. some.devil

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    You're posting on a message board using the Evo, I'd say it's fine.
     
  4. lyons238

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    I know that but I mean is it bad for the evo CPU to run at full clock speed for an hour?

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  5. s0ber

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    No, maybe on the battery.
     
  6. lyons238

    lyons238 Well-Known Member
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    Well the battery was plugged in and below 110f. I know the batteries can get much hotter than 110 considering in Arizona where some of my relatives live it gets to be 110 often and we survive haha

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  7. jason.sgtski

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    do you have extended coverage plan for it? if not get one and you wont have worry about it. I think its probably ok. i would be more worried about what happened to cause that.
     
  8. Biggest Fro

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    You wont know if it hurt it or not until the CPU dies. :D
     
  9. s0ber

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    I'm sure they stress tested the cpus at full speed for hours for any lockups/malfunctions..

    Really the heat would be the only concern for the battery but 108F isn't too bad.
     
  10. Norril

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    you are fine. 108 is well below where a battery cooks and degrades life. proc can handle days of max CPU. It is designed to handle max. if you overclock it and run it max overclock, you could be in trouble, but not to worry on this situation.
     
  11. swatpup102

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    108 F? That's only 42C, which is actually still cool for processor operating standards. Worry if it hits 70C.
     
  12. Stormin

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    It should be alright. Mine typically sees temps over 100.
     
  13. Twistax

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    Where did you go to find this information? is it an app?
     
  14. lyons238

    lyons238 Well-Known Member
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    The CPU wasent 108f the battery was. Is imagine the CPU was a bit hotter probly like 130f but I don't have a monitor for that.

    And system panel is an app that acts as a system monitor task manager and uninstaller. It also records usage so u can see what's yang.your CPU and battery. I use the paid one but the free one is ok too

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  15. lyons238

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