Is there heat in the MacBook Pro 2011 13 inch

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  1. MacBook Pro 123 macrumors newbie

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    How the case?
    I want to ask is there really a heat in the MacBook Pro 2011 ?????

    Heat at the i5 or i7 or both????????????

    Is there a big difference between i5 and i7 ????

    Are you experienced?

    I hope the interaction ..

    Thank you .........
     
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  3. NikFinn macrumors 6502a

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    All computers generate heat. I'm not sure I entirely understand your question though.
     
  4. m85476585 macrumors 65816

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    Unless the internals are at absolute zero, there is heat.
     
  5. MacBook Pro 123 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Is this a problem workmanship?
     
  6. Kranchammer macrumors member

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    There were reports of misapplied thermal paste, causing some heat issues. There is guide in the forum on re-applying the thermal paste properly if there is a heat issue.

    Let me add, I haven't not read about very much at all in the way of heat-related issues with the 13" macbook pro( I could be wrong). All the ones I have heard about have been the 15" model.
     
  7. MacBook Pro 123 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    then i think i mast wait > LoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooL
     
  8. voxnj macrumors regular

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    Actually, the 2011 MBP is too cool to produce heat.
     
  9. -aggie- macrumors P6

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    I think you’re trying to ask if it is hot to the touch. No, it’s not.
     
  10. MacBook Pro 123 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Can I buy a MacBook Pro now or i must wait ???????????



    It is possible to be a problem in the first installment


    right ?????????
     
  11. ann713 macrumors 6502a

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    Perhaps the OP is referring to any heat problems of the new Intel chips (i5/i7 in the 13"). I am interested myself.
     
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  13. ShiftClick macrumors regular

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    Ha!, thank you for that!
     
  14. NickZac macrumors 68000

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    Oh come on now...How do you think I cook my Hot Pockets without a microwave? :rolleyes:
     
  15. MacBook Pro 123 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    hhhhhhhhhhhh thank you >
     
  16. DarkFlame macrumors regular

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    I've had my macbook for 2 weeks now and I've really only ever seen the fan speeds at 2000 and the cpu idles at around 45 celsius.. dips down to 40 and under heavy load goes up to 70 Celsius top. Maybe I haven't played close enough attention but heat has not been an issue. this computer is absolutely stunning, im on it all day just because its fun to use.
     
  17. zwodubber macrumors 6502a

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    I've had my i5 for one week and run multiple programs at once and have yet to notice any heat problems. It runs way cooler than my 2007 Core 2 duo.

    Back to the OP, yes there is heat inside (Set the camera to emphasize heat points, it's not as hot as it looks)

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  18. mac jones macrumors 68040

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    Oh I get it. Flaming red fonts=heat ;)

    very clever. You might try Volcano pics. Or Hell.
     
  19. daneoni, Apr 7, 2011
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    daneoni macrumors G4

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    What exactly are you waiting for precisely. Every generation has heat complaints from people who think their computers should generate 2C heat even if it has a 6-core processor consuming 95W of power. Yes there is heat...in EVERY computer. Computers have powerful processors which generate heat, and no matter how long you wait, that simple law of physics won't change. End of story.

    The more appropriate question is are the computers overheating. No they are not. If by some rare occurrence you happen to come across one that does, Apple will gladly replace it for you.
     
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  21. Icy1007 macrumors 6502a

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    Everything has heat. You cannot escape heat. lol
     
  22. johnnyturbouk macrumors 68000

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    you can at absolute zero, as the kinetic energy would = 0 :p


    back to OP i have noticed that during stressful times, like running several things on chrome, demuxing a dvd, itunes and streaming a movie - my cpu temp did hit the 85 mark and fans went upto 4000rpm

    but the machine was not really any hotter than my MBP15" tbh
     
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