Well, MacForums... i would like to hear your opinions on the Macbook Heating problems... The macbook runs at peaks of well over 70 Degrees Celcius... and i was wondering if everyone would be so kind as to post their guesses on teh cause of this problem... and if they think apple will address this in their new macbooks or with the release of Snow Leopard?? Here are my opinions: (opinions k?? no bashing please!) 1. The reason that they heat up is because OS X uses the CPU a little more than it should and thus keeps it hot. 2. i'm hoping that this is addressed with the release of Snow Leopard, which will allow Macs to tap into the power of their GPU's, easing the strain on the processor and spreading out the heat created Again, i want to make clear that i am NOT bashing macs... and would like to just hear your opinions about it! =D thank you Mac Forums! EDIT: please people do not get angry as i misspelled the question in the Poll... and forgot an option for "there is no heating issue" But let me point out that a "safe" temperature for a CPU is UNDER 60 degrees celcius!