I didn't say it heats up on Facebook. Anything more then it will, however.
Does NO NEED to be rude, as far as i know, i am free to post here regarding questions i might have, if you have nothing good to say, then stay away, don't get your knickers in a twist mate, if you had enough of my post PLEASE don't read it or follow it, i am PRETTY sure that for alot of ppl out there, my post will come handy. Apart from that, I WASN'T complaining, if you can read, you can see i actually posted a link to see if anyone knew. Another thing, what you do or how you take care of you pc/mac, it's your business, how i deal with mine, it's MY business. Like i said, don't like it, DON'T follow......I posted this for ppl to help...don't waste my time cos i certainly won't waste yours.
No offense taken, I understood quite well you hadn't noticed the quote.Accept my apologies snaky69 , i did not noticed that it was for someone else, was not paying enough attention, yep, i don't complaint if the macbook gets hot when on facebook and browsing, i would know better that FLASH is bad for any computer really, and facebook has loads of flash games and ppl tend to play alot with it.....not me, i am more on the professional side, AE only when rendering and that's why after a few days i came back with the link showen on my other message, since it sounded very interesting.
If you're not already doing so, use iStat Pro (free) or iStat Menus ($16) to get accurate readings of your temps, fan speeds, etc., rather than relying on your sense of touch or sound. A forum member has posted a copy of iStat Pro that has been "tweaked" to enhance compatibility with recent OS X versions. You can download it here.I live working on after effects but I've noticed that when I start rendering, the laptop heats up ( 95 -100°C ), when I use it under normal browsing like Internet , YouTube etc, it's around 45-50°C, which is normal.
Thanks for the reply, yeah I have the paid version of temperature gauge, but there's no way of spinning up the fan before rendering. I have posted this link : https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/themadminds/tilt-stealth-the-ultimate-macbook-pro-cooling-pad , but no one seemed to have taken a look at it, dunno, looks interesting , maybe a good solution for macbook pros without having to force it's fans. If someone could look at it and give me advice would be great
The App Store version isn't the one to have and I don't think you're talking about Temperature Gauge Pro when you say you have the paid version! That one has to be downloaded from the developers website and does allow manual fan speed control. It's also cheaper and less intrusive than just about any Hardware solution.Thanks for the reply, yeah I have the paid version of temperature gauge, but there's no way of spinning up the fan before rendering. I have posted this link : https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/themadminds/tilt-stealth-the-ultimate-macbook-pro-cooling-pad , but no one seemed to have taken a look at it, dunno, looks interesting , maybe a good solution for macbook pros without having to force its fans. If someone could look at it and give me advice would be great
Oh shut up already. Your "R8" gets to operating temperatures even when you use it to get to the mall, and it'll get a whole lot warmer if you use it on a track. Do we hear you complain about it as much as you do about your computer?
...as said, the App Store version doesn't allow manual fan speed control - I made the same mistake, so you'll just have to buy the Pro version.lol, i guess i might be a bit, but better safe then sorry , no?
Yeah, i have the paid version as you can see on the screenshot, costed me 4 euros ish, doesn't say pro but it's the paid version bought from apple store ( which takes you to the official website.
you don't know the difference between Accept & Except and someone gave you $98,000 & and an R8 ...is that like Jamaican Dollars and a Mazda, or maybe you mean you have those things saved on Forza 4 or something?Accept in my R8 I do not sit with the engine burning my lap and making me infertile.
Accept in my R8 I do not sit with the engine burning my lap and making me infertile.