Perfection - New SR MacBook Pro 15"

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  1. walshlink macrumors regular

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    I have finally been converted...after M$ put out their latest crappy OS, I had to jump ship...and I have asked myself..."what was I waiting for?"...

    Anyway, I got a MBP with a Samsung screen...and not a single bit of yellowing...complete and total perfection!
     
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  3. MyJelleo macrumors 6502

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    Make sure to wear oven mittens when using it. I like to fry shrimp on mine.
     
  4. walshlink thread starter macrumors regular

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    I have read many people complaining (quite rightfully so) of heat...Mine doesn't seem to get so hot...
     
  5. writeous macrumors regular

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    LMAO:D
     
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  7. Blacky macrumors member

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    My mbp never feels hot to the touch, warm yes, hot no not even with the gpu @70°c, so their mbp's must either be faulty or they are cry babies who pay too much attention to the quality of their sperm ;)

    No seriously, the mbp doesn't get that hot, especially not on battery, gets hotter while using the powerbrick but nothing extraordinary.
     
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    mine too!



    Should arrive the 25!
     
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    Do you play World of Warcraft? I can pretty much guarantee that WoW on good/best settings and at full res will turn almost any MBP into a frying pan. It doesn't make the machine unusable, and it's made of aluminium so it's expected, but it's bloody hot.

    Congrats to the OP on the new machine. Under normal usage they stay cool just fine.
     
  12. woodsea macrumors member

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    It will get toasty playing Supreme Commander as well. Too hot for thighs.
     
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  14. greenmeanie macrumors 6502a

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    COD2 gets the hotdog cooking.

     
  15. martinmartin macrumors 6502

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    According to SMC, my 15 SR MBP gets up around 83C when being pushed relatively hard.

    That's hot.
     
  16. martinmartin macrumors 6502

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    Computer was up to 87 C today according to SMC fan (about 189 F).

    I was running handbrake and opening parallels.
     

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  17. bmcgrath macrumors 65816

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    oooh thats just a tad warm! Don't sweat it though. Designed for it.
    Max I seen my core duo go to is about 80 though......
     

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