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Jux quick question here about the hot behind where near power n volum key. Is that all tab r the same or it cost from overclock to 1.4. Thx for u guys fo respond.

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Hi all,

Jux quick question here about the hot behind where near power n volum key. Is that all tab r the same or it cost from overclock to 1.4. Thx for u guys fo respond.

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It always get hot back there bro. Overclocking will make it a little warmer though.
 
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i think its normal o_0 my tab is not overclocked and it gets hot sometimes
 
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Thx u for ur answer :). Supposed dat my tab was going wrong after overclock

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this is normal
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Mine gets warm in the same spot, my Tab is completely stock.
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Your tablet is not running hot. "Hot" is simply a subjective term that anyone can label any temperature and therein lies the problem.

It is required to have an education in thermal temperature to know if a silicon chip is running hot or not.

The first thing you need is the actual temperature of the chip. Unless the back of the tablet has enough heat that you cant hold it and it gives your skin a blister then no your tablet is not running anywhere near hot.

It is companies like Antec that sell useless electronic cooling products that have poisoned the minds of the general public to think that heat is bad for solid state silicon chips when in reality they can run so hot as to burn your skin and be in perfectly normal operation conditions with no reduction in life.
 
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Can you recommend a place to get some thermal education?
 
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Can you recommend a place to get some thermal education?
If you're a girl there is an excellent institution in my bedroom. One would learn much of thermal heat transfer and heat generation via friction.
 
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