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Why the fuck is my bad ass computer burning the fuck up

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    Was it a script that you coded @ScriptCoded lol
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    @ScribeOfGoD and yet the scribes that god wrote will run perfectly!
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    Uh oh. Chrome being too greedy.
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    @frogstair all hail our Lord and Savior Cathulu!
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    Have you tried rebooting it?
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    Maybe because you went cheap, you'll get the bleep....
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    Are you playing CS:GO? For some reason the new default fps cap is 400 now..
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    @ScribeOfGoD Actually, I think it was...

    @alcatraz627 And perhaps a little bit of that as well

    @asgs As a matter of fact I did. And it helped quite a bit.

    @IntrusionCM Fuck off this thing cost me more than I care to admit!

    @Pyjong Isn't that pretty reasonable though? :p
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    @ScriptCoded For instance my monitor has 60 Hz refresh rate.
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    After reading this rant I created a C program that compiles and executes it self infinitely. It went not well, im commenting from my phone.
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    You left your corona sitting on it 😞
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    @ScribeOfGoD
    Cthulhu 😘
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    @SortOfTested Bit of course my queen!! I was just dumbing it down for those who do not follow the rightous path lol
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    @ScribeOfGoD
    👸Be careful, the elder gods aren't kind to those who use their name in vain. That'll be 10 hail cthulhu ah'li'drn ng yog'sothoth ph'nilgh'ri's
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    @SortOfTested hail cthulhu ah'li'drn ng yog'sothoth ph'nilgh'ri's
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    Please queen forgive me for my unforgivable sin for the Great Leader
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    Self-harm ? You need to treat it better.
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    Stop placing firecrackers into the floppy drive.
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    @ScriptCoded then I apologize.

    Burn up as in high CPU temperature or "my knee touched the case and I'm missing a piece of flesh"?
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    @IntrusionCM As in "it's not actually burning up but everything is stuttering" 🙈
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    @ScriptCoded hm. Getting warmer (pun intended).

    Which OS / which application?
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    @IntrusionCM Haha, it's this some sort of treasure hunt?

    Just a humble collection of Go, Node.js, socat, three VS Code instances, about twenty Chrome tabs and three PDFs opened in Chrome as well... On Kubuntu
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    @ScriptCoded might be.

    Usually analysing the ton of HW information, checking for appropriate sysctl / application / kernel settings, validating and analyzing monitoring data to find the needle in the haystack requires humour.

    Or a russian gulag drill instructor to keep the morale up.

    Hm.

    I/O Scheduler could be messing up.

    What's the primary harddrive?

    In KDE, you could check if baloo is indexing. I usually exclude my Project folder, then it runs smooth.

    https://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/Baloo/
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    @IntrusionCM I'll definitely have a look at that next time it goes bananas. Thanks!

    I'm running on an SSD with an i7-10750H and 16GB RAM.

    My best guess as to what happened is that Minecraft servers that are closed incorrectly leave a bunch of garbage around. I had probably had about a hundred instances running in total. Not as the same time though, of course.
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