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Date:      Fri, 24 Jan 2014 12:47:54 -0700
From:      Gary Aitken <freebsd@dreamchaser.org>
To:        Erich Dollansky <erichsfreebsdlist@alogt.com>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: coretemp0: critical temperature detected, suggest system shutdown
Message-ID:  <52E2C36A.3070306@dreamchaser.org>
In-Reply-To: <20140124204523.5ff8e368@X220.alogt.com>
References:  <20140123223803.3b02c179@X220.alogt.com> <52E1731A.1020005@dreamchaser.org> <20140124204523.5ff8e368@X220.alogt.com>

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On 01/24/14 05:45, Erich Dollansky wrote:
> On Thu, 23 Jan 2014 12:52:58 -0700
> Gary Aitken <freebsd@dreamchaser.org> wrote:
>> On 01/23/14 07:38, Erich Dollansky wrote:
>>  
>>> I have seen today for the first time above's message in messages.
>>>
>>> This happened when I compiled some ports. It is normal that the CPU
>>> get then some 96 degrees.
>>
>> I had this problem some time ago.
>> I ended up replacing the stock fan on my system with a better one.
>> However, a good cleaning of the system may remove enough dust,
>> cobwebs, etc. and promote better airflow and thereby solve the
>> problem.
> 
> this is not the problem. The machine has still the same temperatures as
> at the beginning. Only the message appeared with the update.
> 
> It was always normal that the CPU went up to 96 Celsius the moment I was
> compiling the kernel or some larger ports. It does not get hotter now.

Sorry, I misunderstood the original question.
Unfortunately, I can't help you there.



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