penryn mbp temp while using toast 9 [pic]

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  1. ucsdmac macrumors 6502

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    I used Toast Titanium 9 for the first time today to burn 1 DVD.. and heres my temp

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    This is the hottest its ever been.. i can even feel it on the top of my keyboard (usually its only hot around the left speaker area). I know the mbp tends to get hot while using heavy apps, so i guess I shouldnt be too worried. Just thought I would share.:eek:
     
  2. astrosyt macrumors member

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    hot? i dont think so. I get sometimes 90-100 temps on high cpu performance.
     
  3. zaney macrumors regular

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    Mine never gets above 69ºC, no matter what I'm doing (encoding video, compiling, photoshop filters), but I think I've been lucky with mine, I can run it for a few hours, and the enclosure bottom temperature will still only be 30ºC, which is colder than my lap!
    When I had my MacBook, temperatures of about 85ºC were normal, the fans will spin up, it'll deal with it. Not a problem. It's temperatures of 90ºC+ that you need to worry about.
     
  4. noodle654 macrumors 68020

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    When I post movies up to Youtube through iMovie...my temps get up to about 190F (88C)
     
  5. chrisbeebops macrumors regular

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    That would be iStats Pro.
    www.islayer.com

    Looks like you have some run-away process or Toast isn't working correctly. Toast should not be using 100% cpu to burn a DVD...
     
  6. a4abt macrumors regular

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    While the temp you posted isn't alarming, I think it's kind of high. My "non-penryn" MBP reaches ~55C when burning a 4gb DVD. I was under the impression the penryn MBP were cooler :confused:
     
  7. DJAKO macrumors 6502a

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    Where do you see 100%? I see 75% user and only 11% system. Those percentages don't seem to bad to me, if it was 75% system, then I'd say maybe something is up.
     
  8. ucsdmac thread starter macrumors 6502

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    that actually make a bit sense, because toast 9 kept hanging on me at 99% and i have to force quit it every time. Can anyone give me a quick advice or should i try to application forum. Thanks
     
  9. Me1000 macrumors 68000

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    dont worry about it...

    that is a pretty average temp for daily use!

    edit: but you are most likely in Celsius... in which case I still wouldnt be too concerned!
     

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