CPU Temperature Widget?

Discussion in 'macOS' started by iGary, Jul 4, 2005.

  1. iGary Guest

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    Anyone seen one for 10.4?

    I know Konfab has them...
     
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    it works perfect on my PowerBook G4 1.5 GHz, I was looking for a widget like this too!
     
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    It works on my iBook.... But I have no baseline, so I don't know if the numbers are reliable / right! :eek:

    Right now, mine are (C):

    36.0 - Battery
    56.3 - CPU
    57.2 - GPU
    53.0 - Memory

    And it's operating and warm, but fans off. Is that reasonable?

    Do other temp monitors work on your MDD, Gary?
     
  8. iGary thread starter Guest

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    Yeah, it works on my iBook, not on my PM, sadly.

    Reason number 1,298,343 for that new G5 in the fall.
     
  9. mikemodena macrumors 6502a

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    Dear god! 142 degrees on my CPU (F). It's all these widgets! I should get a small fan to place inside the iCurve under the laptop and keep it nice and cool. Don't want her blowing out before the intel macs arrive.
     
  10. Stinkythe1 macrumors regular

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    What's concidered normal operating tempature, (specifically on a 12" powerbook)?
     
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    :eek: i dont know about ibooks normalness but my centrino 2.0ghz (undervolted to ~1.2v) only got to about 54 under heavy, heavy, load, and the gpu was never that hot (x300 mobility) of course i had to return that for excessive :)eek: ) fan noise so i guess that's how it kept that cool...:rolleyes:just sounds really hot for a portable...

    oh and about iGary's PM not working, it's because the mobile g4 (the same except for speed-stepping junk and a temp sensor) in the mini and portables has a temp sensor but the normal g4 (like in iGary's MDD) doesn't
     
  12. zakatov macrumors 6502a

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    Umm, it only shows the ambient temps for my CPUs, not the CPUs themselves. Boooo. (Dual G5)
     
  13. Mitthrawnuruodo Moderator emeritus

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    It's about the same temperatures XRG reports on my iBook:
     

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    My iBook got up to 155 degrees F folding last night, which means diddly to me.

    I don't know if that is hot, cool....
     

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