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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by jon4lakers, Jun 8, 2007.
I just want to make sure my new baby is behaving properly. Is the temp ok?
I think part of the problem you may have in getting people to respond is that a) may not be too many SR owners yet; b) it kind of depends on what your computer is doing - e.g. the only thing my computer is doing besides system things is "talking" to you; c) the environment your computer is in - e.g., mine is on my lap in an air conditioned room. Any way, this is for my 17"MBP 2,1
Its for the 2.4 ghz 15.4"
I wasn't doing much, and it was working great. I just wanted to make sure the temp was normal.
for comparison (15", 2.2ghz):
Thats Cecilius I assume? You mind posting with Fahrenheit in there?
Just do the conversions in your head. Double the number and add 30. It's really not that hard.
Anyway, his numbers are pretty close to yours (within 10-15 °F)
Yeah, that would have to be celcius, or else one's legs would get frost bite. The conversion forumula for celcius --> farienheit is:
F= (9/5 x degrees celcius) +32
sorry about that - here you go:
Thanks..i probably should have just done the conversion in my head!
I feel better knowing mine is normal.
I hope for you these are in Fahreinheit cause if this is Celcius you could boil water
and could you please post one in celcius as well?
Stupid question I guess, but what monitoring software are you using to get this nice overview. Maybe something not available on my old iBook?
In the CPU monitoring section, it has numbers for System, User, Nice, and Idle. What's the Nice?
It's a widget called iStat. There's two versions available and the pro seems to be the one everyone's going for. Get it here.
I deserved that!
Im using istat Pro.
Thanks a lot! Seems to work well on my iBook as well. Apparently my battery health is 25% - perhaps that explains why I only get 60 minutes on a good day... Time for a new MBP I guess!
Those temperatures are fine under normal load. I personally like mine running a little cooler so I user smcFanControl to bump up the Fan Speed to ~2500-3000rpm (but that's just me).