20.04 – Why does the processor get hot?

Good afternoon, I have Ubuntu 20.04 operating system installed. My laptop(Lenovo b590) is equipped with Intel i3 3110M, RAM 12Gb, SSD 256, HDD 512, Intel HD 4000 and Nvidia GT720. I can’t understand why the system is stressing the CPU, Psensor shows a temperature of 60C at times the temperature can reach 70C. Nouveau drivers installed

BTC Processor

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WIP "Console" processor, written in C#

I decided I wanted to make a console-like system. So, I started planning & creating it in c#. Currently, all that it is is a processor of sorts. It reads all bytes from a file (R:disk00), and then executes them, somewhat like a CPU. display.pyw is a simple pygame application which reads R:disk01 and displays the characters therein.
(To run this, you need to have an R: drive mounted and at least disk00 and disk01 files. disk01 should be 512 bytes long.)

I’ve never actually done anything like this, so I’m proud of this project. Currently, though, I want it to be faster. Since eventually, I’ll be creating full games in this, I need it to be fast. I’ve made it fairly fast, but I’m sure that it can be improved. Also, my code is normally overengineered, so I’m sure there’s a bit I can improve.

I can’t exactly paste 600+ lines of code here, so I’ll link the Github repo. This is my first post here so I’m hoping I didn’t mess it up. Thanks!

CPU and Processor

i have a Mi Max 1 2016 model
Everything was fine until A month ago i replaced my display
After that the phone used to hang for6-7 seconds only when i quit apps and games high gps ones
So i checked CPU-Z the cores show 4 working out of 6
Also before i cud see all 6 working when i used to play PUBG mobile
Now its always 4 cores working also CPU load hits 90%
What causes this? Also GPU load shows 0% always even if i play Games like Clash of clans
here is a screenshot of the CPU-Z info

imac – Why does the 2021 Mac have a lower Ghz processor than the 2017?

When I look at the 2017 specs it seems the 2017 provides

3.4GHz
3.4GHz quad‑core Intel Core i5 (Turbo Boost up to 3.8GHz)
3.5GHz
3.5GHz quad‑core Intel Core i5 (Turbo Boost up to 4.1GHz)
Configurable to 4.2GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 (Turbo Boost up to 4.5GHz)
3.8GHz
3.8GHz quad‑core Intel Core i5 (Turbo Boost up to 4.2GHz)
Configurable to 4.2GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 (Turbo Boost up to 4.5GHz)

Where as the 2021 processor starts at only 3.1Ghz and goes up to the same processing of 3.8Ghz:

3.1GHz
3.1GHz 6‑core 10th-generation Intel Core i5, Turbo Boost up to 4.5GHz

Is Intel Atom Processor better than dual core and Core2Duo

Just like what Kerosene said, better in term of what?

Intel Atom is a low-powered processor with a single core. Its prime advantage is that it uses less power than the Core 2 Duo chip that will enhances battery life. It is normally found in Netbooks as well as small form factor desktops.

A Core 2 Duo processor, has two processing cores for better performance, though it sucks up much more power than its Atom equivalent. For simulations and program intensive tasks I suggest you stick to go with a Core 2 Duo chip.

– Dynashox –

 

object oriented – JavaScript: Text Processor

I been trying to implement a text processor in JavaScript that can handle 4 different types of operations: append, backspace, undo, redo.

The input for this text processor is an array of arraries of a single element or tuples. For example:

  const input = (('APPEND', 'Hey'), ('APPEND', ' there'), ('APPEND', '!'))
  textProcessor.process(input)
  textProcessor.text // Hey there!
  const input = (('APPEND', 'Hey'), ('APPEND', ' there'), ('APPEND', '!'), ('UNDO'), ('UNDO'))
  textProcessor.process(input)
  textProcessor.text // Hey
  const input = (('APPEND', 'Hey'), ('APPEND', ' there'), ('APPEND', '!'), ('UNDO'), ('UNDO'), ('REDO'), ('REDO'))
  textProcessor.process(input)
  textProcessor.text // Hey there!
  const input = (('APPEND', 'Hey'), ('APPEND', ' there'), ('APPEND', '!'), ('BACKSPACE'))
  textProcessor.process(input)
  textProcessor.text // Hey there

Here is my implementation

class TextProcessor {
    constructor() {
      this.undos = ()
      this.redos = ()
      this.text = ''
      this.operations = {
        APPEND: (text) => {
          this.undos.push(this.text)
          this.redos.length = 0
          return this.text + text
        },
        BACKSPACE: () => {
          this.undos.push(this.text)
          this.redos.length = 0
          return this.text.slice(0, -1)
        },
        UNDO: () => {
          const undo = this.undos.pop() ?? ''
          this.redos.push(this.text)
          return undo
        },
        REDO: () => {
          this.undos.push(this.text)
          return this.redos.pop() ?? this.text
        },
      }
    }

    process(input) {
      input.forEach(((operation, text)) => {
        this.text = this.operations(operation)(text) ?? this.text
      })
    }
  }
  

I used an object to map the various operation names to their corresponding functions. Not sure if this is better than switch-case statements.