I don’t know if I’m in the right place, and I apologize for my English, as I’m using the google translator.
I would like to share that I got in touch with Linux in 2017… Then I got into a distro crisis… Where I tested all I could.
I ended up choosing Debian, and openSUSE Tumbleweed.
The problem is that I would like to pass the Tumbleweed to my newest machine, a Lenovo IdeaPad 330-15Ikb (Intel I3 7020U), but the iwlwifi card (Intel Dual Band Wireless-Ac 3165) is very hot, + / - 54º celsos.
What does not happen with Debian, where the same iwlwifi card has a much lower temperature, around 37º.
And that I don’t understand … I know that this plate works safely until 80º, but in my short vision, the colder it works the better. Not to mention that I perform exactly the same tasks on both machines … There shouldn’t be that difference.
My goal is to pass the Tumbleweed to Lenovo, and install the Leap on the Acer E5-511 (Intel Celeron N2940)… Which, by the way, handles the Tumbleweed Gnome wonderfully.
I already tried to install the Leap on Lenovo, but it gives problems with the wifi connection… Neither networks appear. So he stays with Debian.
Nothing against Debian, quite the contrary, is that I fell in love with Zypper.
Can anyone give me a light?