Macbook over-heating

silly8

macrumors newbie
Original poster
May 18, 2012
3
0
Hey, this is about a friend's macbook, I was wondering what are normal temperatures for a macbook? Her macbook pro shut down and she couldn't turn it on for about 30 mins. here a photo of the temperatures after turning it back on:

And her specs:
Macbook pro 13"
2.4 GHz Intel Core i5 dual-core
4 GB ram
HD Intel 3000 graphics

Thank you everyone! :)
 
Last edited:

silly8

macrumors newbie
Original poster
May 18, 2012
3
0
Eh, sorry, it was showing for me, changed it to tinypic :)
Also, I might add we're at like 35+ °C here, I told her she should maybe get a cooling base, she should, right? haha
 

ayeying

macrumors 601
Dec 5, 2007
4,549
11
Yay Area, CA
Eh, sorry, it was showing for me, changed it to tinypic :)
Also, I might add we're at like 35+ °C here, I told her she should maybe get a cooling base, she should, right? haha
Your temperatures are fine. It's not abnormal nor do you need a cooling pad.
 

SaggyBagz

macrumors newbie
Apr 13, 2012
11
0
St Petersburg, FL
Those CPU temps look like a CPU at full load.

It shouldn't be normal if they are at that temp ALL the time, especially at idle.

At that point, you should be hearing the fan(s) working hard...
 

silly8

macrumors newbie
Original poster
May 18, 2012
3
0
Okay, thank you guys, I've told my friend what you've told me.
 
Register on MacRumors! This sidebar will go away, and you'll see fewer ads.