Grilled Cheese if grilled with the sandwich and cheese already in it is suggested to be grilled at 275F. If grilling just to melt the cheese, 200F is said to be fine.
Mobility CPU's in smartphones typically can reach up to 140F with no problems. 160F is more of a worry but also still no problems(some can even go to 200+F but not too often). The one in the X3 seems to be between 90 to 150F during the times it 'feels' hot.
Batteries are typically best kept under 125F (the heat generated from the surrounding area) to best prolong life.
Overall, the typical smartphone and or device with a full hardware set like the X3 will during prolonged high operation have such a temperature of 90F(32C) to 150F(65C) in terms of the heat of the highest heated component inside it(of which then heats the parts surrounding it).
With this, I, The GLORIOUS MOST AWESOME EVER PANDA TO EVER GRACE HEAD-FI, can conclude that scientifically, the X3, can not grill a cheese sandwich by itself under most normal to strenous operating situations.
This is because the SoC in the X3 and even ones used in smartphones today generally do not sustainably operate within the 200+F degree range. And thus since it can not produce, sustainably, the minimum 200F of about 5-10mins for a grilled cheese sandwhich, and by the heat dissapation of the metal of the X3. That it can not make a grilled cheese sandwhich.
Next post will be my 500th post here? hmm
Edited by bowei006 - 1/11/14 at 12:44am