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Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by Fonzijr1964, Dec 21, 2008.
Are my temps normal?
I have the air in my sig rev A
The SSD is "32" degrees F i dont think so
Same here, nothing out of the norm. These are sensors mounted inside that iStat reports back on. The main one to watch is the CPU.
Yep Norm for Rev A, it's crazy hot!
Move to a B and be surprised
The 32 degrees seems silly
Yeah that is normal for the SSD. Rev A or B it doesn't have anything installed to measure the temp of the SSD the way a HDD does. If you switch it to Celsius it will show 0º all the time.
What's a good, very small memory footprint, app for checking temp stats on a mac?...I fooled around with something when Tiger first came out (it was a dashboard app) but it was quite the memory hog.
Better yet, how could I get this through the command line?
I use iStat Pro, it takes up very little memory and it's free.
I Have a Rev A too but mine is not that hot ...
well, not so hot like in your photo ... mine now while i post ...
almost Half of that ...
try changing your thermal paste ...
i really dont want to do that. The last time i did it on a PC i shorted the Processor our.
Then don't use silver paste.
Do you have experience using an alternative? If not, may I suggest it could also be impoper technique in applying the paste. Too much leads to greater conduction of heat. Here's a great tut that helped me out:
no u see i had a moment of static discharge