System Temperatures - What's yours?

Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by CBGFilms, Dec 30, 2008.

  1. CBGFilms macrumors regular

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    Use iStat Pro to measure your temperatures.
    http://apple.com/downloads/dashboard/status/istatpro.html


    Turn any fan adjustment programs OFF, and capture the temp with just this internet window up, and no messaging client running in the background, so were all running the same here.

    Note what Mac your running, and tell us if your using F or C!!!!

    Then copy out the TEMPS section in iStat pro into a forum reply :)

    Thanks!:D
     
  2. CBGFilms thread starter macrumors regular

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    Oct 16, 2008
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    Apple Aluminium iMac 2.66GHz - 2 GB RAM

    HD: Macintosh HD - 46C
    CPU A - 41C
    CPU A Heatsink - 39C
    Airport Card - 55C
    Ambient - 25C
    GPU - 50C
    GPU Diode - 51C
    GPU Heatsink - 49C
    HD Bay 1 - 44C
    Mem Controller - 40C
    Optical Drive - 37C
    Power Supply 1 - 54C

    System feels medium warm.
     
  3. LTX macrumors regular

    LTX

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    Location:
    Vancouver, BC, Canada
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    Early 2008 Macbook 2.1GHz 4GB 120GB

    HD: Macintosh HD - 29C
    CPU A - 45C
    Airport Card - 48C
    Enclosure Base - 25C
    Heatsink A - 41C
    Heatsink B - 41C
    Mem Bank A1 - 40C
    Northbridge 1 - 41C

    This is a bit after waking my Macbook from sleep.
     

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