|Jun 1, 2010, 11:15 PM||#1|
Bottom of MacBook Pro really hot?
I just bought my 13" MBP over the weekend and noticed that it really gets hot on the bottom. Is this normal? Anything I can do to prevent this? Thanks in advance.
|Jun 1, 2010, 11:16 PM||#2|
It's quite normal, as hundreds of existing threads on this topic will tell you.
MRoogle will find them very easily:
|Jun 1, 2010, 11:23 PM||#5|
|Jun 2, 2010, 01:24 AM||#8|
Unfortunately Apple places style over functionality.
As much as I enjoy the various MacBook Pros I own, they run at substantially higher temps than the identically configured ThinkPads I use.
Apples choice of a fully enclosed aluminum housing for the MBP lineup, at less than an inch deep, put them behind the curve when it comes to thermal management. If one is looking for a laptop than will run fast & cool under full load, the MBP is going to disappoint.
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