Temperature reading on the Macbook Pro

Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by vgoklani, Apr 17, 2006.

  1. vgoklani macrumors regular

    vgoklani

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    Hi,

    Is there a program that can read the temperature sensor from my macbook pro (I have the 2.0GHZ model)? There are programs that read the sensor from the hard drive, but what about everything else? My powerbook G4 has lots of sensors.
     
  2. MacRumorsReader macrumors member

    MacRumorsReader

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    No.

    and that just sucks.
     
  3. vgoklani thread starter macrumors regular

    vgoklani

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    well, mine is too hot to touch (my keys are hot!).. I read someplace that the 2.1GHZ model does have a temperature sensor, but regardless, I hope someone can find a way to read the sensors.
     
  4. CellarDoor macrumors member

    CellarDoor

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    wow really. did not know that. Thats another straw on my back pushing me towards the 2.1ghz model..
    :eek:
     
  5. PatrickF macrumors 6502

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    They all have sensors but they're different from the G4 ones. You'll just need to wait until someone figures out how to read them. So there's no need to go for the 2.16 just for that.
     
  6. Soisauce001 macrumors newbie

    Soisauce001

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    I know that this has been covered in other forum and I don't know if you tried.. But you might want to try reseting your PMU.. My MacBook was hot to the touch but after I reset the PMU everything was all good.. It still gets hot.. but not to the point where I can't touch it..
     

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