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[Q] Mahdi ROM: Temperature during intensive tasks!

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By Compass Linux, Senior Member on 5th June 2014, 08:01 PM
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Hi.

Question for Mahdi ROM users on the LG G2:

Coming from this thread, I'd like to know how Mahdi ROM's temperature is when you do intensive tasks, like playing games, running benchmarks etc. Does the device get hot? If possible, tell the temperature, what you were running, for how long, did the screen remain on etc.

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6th June 2014, 07:09 AM |#2  
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Hi.

Question for Mahdi ROM users on the LG G2:

Coming from this thread, I'd like to know how Mahdi ROM's temperature is when you do intensive tasks, like playing games, running benchmarks etc. Does the device get hot? If possible, tell the temperature, what you were running, for how long, did the screen remain on etc.

Thanks.

Compass.

Anytime you run an intensive game or the like your phone will get warm, no matter what phone it is. Benchmarks get warm too, however I find those to be useless.
6th June 2014, 10:53 AM |#3  
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It isnt useless, he's collecting informations about the black lines from a few roms...at least be happy that we have such guy on our G2 section, who is willing to help out as much as he can..
6th June 2014, 12:48 PM |#4  
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Anytime you run an intensive game or the like your phone will get warm, no matter what phone it is. Benchmarks get warm too, however I find those to be useless.

If you've ever noticed anything abnormal with the temperature, please tell us. It's relevant to our interests.

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6th June 2014, 06:21 PM |#5  
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It isnt useless, he's collecting informations about the black lines from a few roms...at least be happy that we have such guy on our G2 section, who is willing to help out as much as he can..

I think you misunderstood my post. I said benchmarks are useless.
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6th June 2014, 07:01 PM |#6  
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define hot, it increases 5-10 degrees for me from a 29c default temp
6th June 2014, 08:00 PM |#7  
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define hot, it increases 5-10 degrees for me from a 29c default temp

Hot as in "it shouldn't be at this temperature at all while doing what it's doing".

So that means 39C tops. That's a bit above human normal body temperature. Not bad.

If I remember well, playing Plants vs Zombies 2 gave me 47C tops in GSAM Battery Monitor, without ever rebooting.

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6th June 2014, 09:07 PM |#8  
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yeah max I had was 50C, but not very long.

I guess it can shoot up higher, but for usually when doing intensive stuff, its about 39. Not to bad.

was one build it was 42 also in rest. That wasn't to long though. pretty cool, new build and fixed haha
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@Compass Linux - my device gets extremely hot on any aosp rom even on normal usage, like web browsing, texting, checking emails and reading certain articles on the web, the cpu temp ranges from 50*C-60*C at times even 70*C and it gets throttled down as i set my tmep trottle at 70*C.

battery temps range between 27*C to 43*C which is NOT normal so im no longer on any aosp roms. it scares me as for lithium batteries temps above 35*C is bad for its life. also none of these temps are good for the phone so now im on pardus hd 7.1 and my cpu temps are within the rage of 35-50*C and battery temps from 32-35 under the tasks which i mentioned earlier.
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@Compass Linux - my device gets extremely hot on any aosp rom even on normal usage, like web browsing, texting, checking emails and reading certain articles on the web, the cpu temp ranges from 50*C-60*C at times even 70*C and it gets throttled down as i set my tmep trottle at 70*C.

battery temps range between 27*C to 43*C which is NOT normal so im no longer on any aosp roms. it scares me as for lithium batteries temps above 35*C is bad for its life. also none of these temps are good for the phone so now im on pardus hd 7.1 and my cpu temps are within the rage of 35-50*C and battery temps from 32-35 under the tasks which i mentioned earlier.

cpu will happily run ~75c without throttling, max temp is 92C at which point it will turn off.
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