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accepted CPU and HD degradation on sourced based Linux distribution
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comment Why to choose a “proper” workstation over good ultrabook?
@STTR: No, I was reading such comments when above laptops were only considered. Additional, your HP Zbook is much more expensive for the same hardware as Dell or Thinkpad ... Additional I'm really interested in buying one from my list. Is there really any significant difference in performance between such systems?
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asked Why to choose a “proper” workstation over good ultrabook?
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comment CPU and HD degradation on sourced based Linux distribution
I'm using gentoo for over 2 years and I'm planning to buy new laptop now and because of that I asked this question. When I'm updating my system (compiling) the temperature is normally about 75 Celcius degrees (on i7, thinkpads laptop). Does it not degrade it? where can I find the safe temperature range it can run?
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comment CPU and HD degradation on sourced based Linux distribution
Hi! thank you for yous answer. I know it would run faster because it will be optimized for specific architecture. The question was if the "endless" compilation would not degradate and slow down processor. I'm talking about long term processor usage with high load (everyday compilation of packages)
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