My thinkpad T60 1951 from my signature is displaying a quite high bus temperature in TPFC v0.62. Usually it's about 10°C higher than cpu temperature. The bottom of the laptop where the touchpad is situated gets pretty hot, therefore, it's not a defective sensor, it gets much hotter than the area beneath the cooler.
Since it's away from the cooler, setting tpfc to FAN 6 doesn't make a difference. Under load the cpu gets to 64~66°C and the bus temperature reaches a scorching 70~72°C! And it takes a long time to cool down, I've seen the cpu idling to 45°C while the bus was still in the 60s°C until it reaches about 55°C and mantain it until I ask more of the computer. Even youtube videos heat it up, but that's understable, it has an Intel GMA 950 only, so the cpu has to do the gpu's work.
I wonder if the touchpad has anything to do with it, you see I can' use the touchpad and the trackpoint at the same time, they both work alright, but they won't work together, so I set in bios to use the trackpoint only. I don't know what's wrong with it, I've installed, reinstalled drivers and Windows 7 but nope, they refuse to work together...
Thanks for your help!
Thinkpad T60 Type 1951 Core 2 Duo T7400 2.16 Ghz 3GB RAM 60GB HDD Win 7 Home Premium
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