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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Sdahe, May 14, 2008.
How would I know if my MBP is capable of running Leopard?...
Yes, of course it is! You know because it meets the requirements, and is a very good machine.
Well, the thing is that everytime I install Leopard it doesn't convince me... it seems to kill my computer. It's always running very hot and sometimes seems chunky... maybe I need to format my hard drive and istall it again... or do a hard format than install it... help please!!!
Then perhaps something is wrong with your computer. My runs it fine. What is very hot? Do you have exact temperatures?
140˚ to 160˚
is that too hot?
Fahrenheit I assume? My is about 122 Fahrenheit idle..
Well, I'm going to try Leopard for the last time and see what happens... Everyone I know is running Leopard in their macs and everything is running OK... so why can't I?...
Something is wrong...
yeah i mean seriously, you have one of the fastest MBPs if it cant run leopard there would be no point in apple selling the OS
Well, I installed Leopard in my MBP and now I'm downloading all the updates so I will let you know how is working so far. Here are the temperatures as of now... which one is the most important to look at?... I mean there is CPU A, CPU Diode, CPU Heatsink, etc.....
These readings are in Fahrenjeits...
Almost 24 hours with Leopard and everything is running fine. Temperature is fine and all the applications I use are running OK...
Good to hear. I was going to say, I even have Leopard on my old Powerbook.
Good to know your computer is in good condition.
wow... it's amazing how the heat can change things... Now I'm staying in Miami and inside the house the have AC all the time so my MPP is always under 120˚... it's working super fine now... cool
Just an FYI, the CPUA is the one you should be concerned about. Although monitoring them all is important as well. The other ones are GPU stuff.
Wow! What's that? A MacPook Pro? Lol sorry mate... just givin' you a hard time