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Join Date: Oct 2009
12-24-2009, 12:08 PM
HD are magnetic driven, while a strong magnetic field certain does have properties to induce influence, I find it hard to believe circuits would be affected. And if magnets did induce influence to HD, then 0's and 1's would be all juggled up, so you would essencially be erasing the drive. So if you HD is alive and well, it not that.
Are you saying the magnetic field is as strong so as to force electrons out of their paths, thus hanging the system? That RAM goes nuts because? Dont you nead a seriously huge and electrified magnet to ge even close to this? I mean, 2 ton + 2 billion watts or something like that?
FWIW - are you sure you sensors are reading correct? I mean, I've had a hacked laptop that read temps higher that Mars, while others happily fried their AMD's because they trusted wrong "normal" readings.
Mine says 40-45C websurfing (104-113F) - around 50C (122F) on youtube or VLC normal ripped quality vids, and neer gows over 65C (149F) on constant and high intensive tasks where CPU is a 99% load.
Then time it goes to 68 (155F) is when I take it to bed (films), so blankets and stuff dont let it vent beneath... got to get me one of those breakfast bed trays for it...
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