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Old Aug 4, 2009, 04:28 PM   #1
knight42
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Macbook Heat/Fan issue Wireless Module

Hey all

Sorry for starting another thread about noisy/hot macbooks. Ive come to expect mine to do helicopter impressions and heat my house for me when its on.

Strange thing though I wanted to see if anyone had any similar experiences.

Ive started running Temperature Monitor to see whats hot and when. All is as it should be apart from the Wireless Module. Its always running at 72oC, even when the Processors, Heatsinks are running at 52oC

Is this normal? I have noticed that my Macbook fan is running a lot more recently, I just hoped it was the weather rather than anything else.

Has anyone else seen these results? Thanks!
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