\not very hot at all, i read that the fan usually turns on at 67 celcius and mine went on at 72..i guess its not too badBlizzardBomb said:I think the iBook can survive at that temperature (just). I think 190F is the max, not too sure though. How hot is the place you're in?
I was writing my question when you posted your answer, I will check out temperature monitor lite and see if it is worth downloading and installing. Thanks for the link.BlizzardBomb said:
Depends on what you are doing. I've been running distributed.net (so CPU load tends to stay at 100%) and my readings on my iBook are:ohcrap said:Why are everyones readings so high!?
I've never once heard a fan running in my PB, and I work in a dead silent office (unless I'm blasting iTunes).mkrishnan said:Hmmm... so I noticed that since I upgraded to 10.4.2, I get a lot more fan activity. And I just turned back on the temp monitor widget, and my fan was running at about 58C, a temperature at which it sounds like it would not run for many of you.