Post Your CPU Temperature

Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by fenixx, Dec 17, 2006.

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    fenixx

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    MBP C2D, 15.4 / 2GB Ram...
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    *grabs fire extinguisher*



    normal running temp is always 145-150F
     
  2. macrumors 6502a

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    It is always warm with me except when I am working it really hard.
     

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    My MacBook does its best to keep it at 140F or below. :D
     

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    calyxman

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    What app are you guys using? Is there something that will run on Panther?
     
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    dbhays

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    ibook G4, 10.4.8, 1.33 ghz
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    I have been up for a few hours. Watch videos, and it starts to smoke:D
     
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    SBik2

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    I have adium,mail,iTunes, and safari open i maintain this temp most of the time on my MacBook 2.0 ghz stock....

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    ill update it so its the computer and not the core temps.. i just have to update my iStat widgets and how do i install the speedit.kext? Please help with Speedit
     
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    backsidetailsli

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    can anyone get the temp read from an intel imac core duo?
    i cant seem to do it
     
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    pianoman

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    normal operating temp is between 60 and 75C (140-167F) depending on what i'm doing. i believe my record high is 81C (177.8F) and my record low is 16C (60.8F).
     
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    PowerBook G4. 1.33 GHz. PowerPerformanceComputing 7447A.



    Detailed enoguh for you?;)
     

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    Bobdude161

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    I have a fan controller that reads different temperatures.

    Sawtooth G4/450Mhz

    Between CPU and heatsink: 86 F
    In heatsink: 84 F
    Between RAM slots: 97 F

    IT'S COLD IN THERE!
     
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    tominated

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    relatively cool
     

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    rickvanr

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    my space heater :p
     

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    phungy

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    Whew! I thought mine was running extra warm. It has jumped up to 170F once but its normall between 130-145F.
     
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    Me1000

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    I have nothing to compare this to other than the bottom temp

    and its fairly cool...

    (look in the menu bar)

    [​IMG]
     
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    My iMac kicks up to about 91-95C overtime, or when ripping cds or editing in iMovie. :(
     

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    Benjamindaines

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    MacBook just sitting around:

    Temp:
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    Fans:
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    Next time I'm rendering or compressing video I'll post again.
     
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    OllyW

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    My Power Mac G5 dual 2.0 just ticking over

    You can get Temperature Monitor as free download from here
     
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    backsidetailsli

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    anyone?
     
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    Me1000

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    pretty cool
     

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    Xander562

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    With both internal fans and an external blowing across the keyboard kicking into overdrive.

    Not too bad, but I never run it like this, too loud.


    BTW I'm pretty sure I have the excessive thermal-paste problem, my MBP is one of the first.
     

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    Me1000

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    ^ you have one in fahrenheit the other in Celsius, i dont think you have a problem at all, considering!
     
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    says no sensors

    i installed the istat widget but it says no senors were found... help please
     

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