Acer Aspire 3023WLMi

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Acer Aspire 3023WLMi

Postby Trooper » Mon Mar 06, 2006 5:46 pm

Hi,

Would it be possible for Hmonitor to support my notebook please? Only the HD temp is recognised at the mo and everything else is xxx out.
email has been sent with report to notebooks@hmonitor.com.

Regards.

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Postby author » Sat Mar 11, 2006 7:30 am

Done. :D

Hmonitor Version 4.2.4.2 Pro (Beta)
Manufacturer: Acer
Board model: Aspire 3020
Monitored data values:
Mainboard=46.0C (correction: 0.0C)
CPU1=57.0C (correction: 0.0C)
CPU2=46.0C (correction: 0.0C)
HDD1 (ST9808210A 3.01) temp=56.0C
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Postby Trooper » Sat Mar 11, 2006 1:47 pm

Yep, seems to be working good although I need to run a bit of testing. :D
Thanks for your hard work yesterday with all the emails going back and forth, we got there in the end.

Hmonitor, quite simply the best temp monitoring software / utility out there. :D

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Postby vdude » Mon Apr 10, 2006 10:24 am

Hi
I've just bought the same notebook (acer 3023 wmli) and I would like to compare temperatures.

After one hour of internet browsing - word - excel Hmonitor shows:

Mainboard: 41
CPU1: 51
CPU2: 50
HD: 42

If I use heavy applications (video editing or 3d game) the cpu reached 70-75 degrees and hd around 50 degrees

Do you think this is ok? I know from other forums that this laptop is actually a bit "hot" so I would like to share impressions and see what others get as for temperatures.
I am concerned of duration in the medium term of the notebook and its internal components due to these temperatures.

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Postby author » Mon Apr 10, 2006 10:35 am

vdude wrote:If I use heavy applications (video editing or 3d game) the cpu reached 70-75 degrees and hd around 50 degrees


Yes, it's quite normal CPU temp range for notebooks.
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