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[Q] CPU question

25th April 2014, 03:43 AM |#11  
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Originally Posted by pete4k

Do you mean 90 C? Because I expect 90F ambient temperature whole summer and the phone has to be at least that much, even when shutdown. Add a little bit sun exposure and it can easily hit 120-130F without doing anything and I'm not talking Death Valley, Phoenix or Vegas, up there with outside temperatures hovering around 110 F or more, unless you don't come out from AC cooled room at all whole summer, the phone will be hot. If I remember correctly my computer CPU would start throttling somewhere around 80C, but my computer's GPU could go close to 100C. I would think phone is similar, except without active cooling, it probably starts to throttle sooner.

My bad, 90F I mean, thanks for correcting, it's like about 32c.
25th April 2014, 05:04 PM |#12  
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Originally Posted by Lorettaa

I saw in a forum, 90 degrees for note 3 is still normal

Are you sure about that?
26th April 2014, 07:26 AM |#13  
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yes, google it
27th April 2014, 07:42 AM |#14  
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Is Touchwiz DVFS what controls the throttling?
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