The new Iron Banner emblem is called "1530 Centigrade". I think it is reference to the melting point of iron, which is 1538 Celsius.
I was watching One Punch Man, and in the climax of season 1 when one punch man during his fight with Lord Boris is punched so hard he flies into a incredibly large pillar and from what I can tell it is most likely stone and he hits this pillar with so much force that the stone completely turns to magma almost instantly and I am having trouble trying to calculate how much force this would require and how fast he would need to go to cause this to happen! Thanks hopefully someone can give me an answer all these conversions are really confusing
...which is 1 percent of the difference between its freezing point and its boiling point. An amount of hydrogen weighing the same amount has exactly one mole of atoms in it. Whereas in the American system, the answer to ‘How much energy does it take to boil a room-temperature gallon of water?’ is ‘Go fuck yourself,’ because you can’t directly relate any of those quantities.”
— Josh Bazell
Apart from lower life expectancy is there any other negative effects of the high temperature. I could apply new thermal paste I guess but I did only pay $1,162AUD so I’m not exactly expecting stellar results.
Only went with gaming laptop instead of a gaming PC since I have to do quite a bit of CAD work in school and my previous laptop wasn’t too capable. Also this laptop will probably just act as a stopgap laptop for maybe 3-5 years before I move out and transition to a PC. (My desk space is very limited)
i5 9300H, GTX 1650, 8GB RAM
On the Dell G3, while playing total war warhammer 2 with all cores at 4.0-4.1 GHz, the CPU reaches up to 95 degrees centigrade. The bios does not allow undervolt so that's out of the picture.
The GPU ( GTX 1650 ) does not go beyond 77 degrees centigrade.
I am new to laptops and I don't know what their safe temperatures are but I have heard that it's normal for them to get hot.
Is it okay to play for three hours continuously everyday at this temperature?