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  1. #1

    Distribution good for my notebook

    Hi guys, sorry for my bad english, i've a problem:

    Every distro i try, i have high temperatures.

    This is my notebook:

    AMD LLano 3510mx
    GPU1: AMD 6620G (internal)
    GPU2: AMD 6470M 1GB
    RAM: 4GB Samsung DDR 3 1333Mhz

    I've the high temp problem with every driver i try on every distribution.

    I tried with fglrx drivers and radeon too but still the same.

    i'm starting to think that problem is caused by dual GPU but i can't disable it from bios.

    If i try to open any 3D application i always get temp like 90. What can i do to solve that?

    Tried: Ubuntu 12.04 - Fedora 17 (12.06b drivers) - Mageia - Suse 12.1 and so on...

  2. #2
    All I can say is make a live usb and try it out.

    CruxEX Linux Live CD

    The person making these spinoffs has some other live usb releases

    Other EXTON Linux Live CD/DVD's in
    English you may like
    with his own hand made kernel you can try also if not wanting to use Crux Linux.
    I refuse to let fear and fear of others rule my life. It puts my humanity at risk.
    Accepting Death is the only way to stay alive.

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    Are the fans running?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MASONTX View Post
    Are the fans running?
    A lot... both drivers, fglrx and radeon.

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