temp[[:digit:]] things are confusing. Can the output of
sensors be more human readable?
$ sensors acpitz-virtual-0 Adapter: Virtual device temp1: +59.0°C (crit = +127.0°C) temp2: +60.0°C (crit = +100.0°C) thinkpad-isa-0000 Adapter: ISA adapter fan1: 2990 RPM temp1: +59.0°C temp2: +53.0°C temp3: +41.0°C temp4: +76.0°C temp5: +36.0°C temp6: N/A temp7: +33.0°C temp8: N/A temp9: +43.0°C temp10: +51.0°C temp11: +49.0°C temp12: N/A temp13: N/A temp14: N/A temp15: N/A temp16: N/A
Now it is like the following. Do they indicate my laptop is healthy? Do I have to worry about that? The reported temperatures are when I am opening 100 tabs in chrome browser now. They are achieved when I use a cooler and scale the cpu frequency to the lowest 0.8GHz. WIhtout a cooler, the highest temperature will be over 80 celcius. If further without cpu freq scaling, the highest can be 90 and 100 celcius.
$ sensors acpitz-virtual-0 Adapter: Virtual device CPU_0: +57.0°C (crit = +127.0°C) CPU_1: +56.0°C (crit = +100.0°C) thinkpad-isa-0000 Adapter: ISA adapter Fan: 2939 RPM CPU neighbourhood (also via ACPI THM0): +57.0°C Ultrabay: +51.0°C Express card: +38.0°C ATI graphics module: +73.0°C Main battery (always around 50°C): +36.0°C n/a (probably ultrabay battery): N/A Main Battery (fits about the value reported by smapi): +33.0°C n/a (probably ultrabay battery): N/A Hard disc: +40.0°C Intel graphics module: +48.0°C Heatsink?: +46.0°C n/a: N/A n/a: N/A n/a: N/A n/a: N/A n/a: N/A