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Discussion in 'PowerPC Macs' started by jtalerico, Feb 10, 2006.
Mine is running at....
131.9 F CPU1
128.8 F CPU2
Mine runs ~134 idle, ~190 batching in Photoshop.
No offense, but you probably ought to shorten up your signature a bit. You weren't thinking about putting the type of blender you have in you kitchen in there, were you?
At general uses in my hotter than it should be room at 3:30 AM. Between 73 degrees F - 76 degrees F when the rest of the house 72.
CPU2 --- 145 F
CPU1 --- 140 F
GPU --- 131 F
Tunnel --- 109 F
If you want to know your zone temperatures check out SysStat nano, its a widget at the Apple widgets section with temp, cpu, memory, network, uptime, and hard drive space read outs. Its tight and informative.
It use to be longer!!
Since you asked.. It is a KitchenAid..
anyone know if this works for intel
is there a temperature sensor or product, or code for terminal that will measure the temp of the intel products?
uh, and what is it?
wouldn't regular widgets work. the widget linked above is universal, and it gave me temperature readings (only it registered lower and upper CPUs, didn't realize the Powerbook had 2 CPUs )
yeah, I am looking for one that works with the INTEL imacs, none of the regular widgets I have downloaded seem to work they don't show any temp data.
i realize that but i am saying that the above link is a universal application and therefore, should work fine. but i haven't tried the intel imac so i don't know. good luck.
btw i was saying something wrong with it, that it said that i had two cpus.
nah, universal doesn't mean, "all functions run on intel 100%"
As well, the application running, and knowing what sensors are in there in this case could be differant. Ah well, we'll just wait for someone to update something and then see.
anyone know any terminal commands for this?
Wow, that's pretty hot, my dual G5 1.8 runs 109 and 122 F, with running folding@home. The ambient temperature is only about 60 F do.