What would be considered an "Ideal Temperature" for internal SSD's?

lip5016

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What would you guys consider an "Ideal Temperature" for internal SSD's in Late 2011 MacBook Pro?

Right now my 2 Samsung 850 Pro 512gb internal SSD's are running @ 87°F and 91°F, and my 1TB Lacie Thunderbolt external drive is running at 71°F .. Are these okay temperatures? I have TRIM Enabler Pro 3.2.6 enabled on all drives, and "Everything looks super."

Does anybody know what the ideal temperatures for these kinds of internal SSD's should be in the ballpark of?

I just wasn't sure if I should get a cooling pad for my MacBook Pro? It's a 15", it stays on my desk 90% of the time and doesn't move too frequently.. Any suggestions or not worth the cost? Thanks!
 

christarp

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Oct 29, 2013
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What would you guys consider an "Ideal Temperature" for internal SSD's in Late 2011 MacBook Pro?

Right now my 2 Samsung 850 Pro 512gb internal SSD's are running @ 87°F and 91°F, and my 1TB Lacie Thunderbolt external drive is running at 71°F .. Are these okay temperatures? I have TRIM Enabler Pro 3.2.6 enabled on all drives, and "Everything looks super."

Does anybody know what the ideal temperatures for these kinds of internal SSD's should be in the ballpark of?

I just wasn't sure if I should get a cooling pad for my MacBook Pro? It's a 15", it stays on my desk 90% of the time and doesn't move too frequently.. Any suggestions or not worth the cost? Thanks!
Really? In some areas that's only slightly above room temperature without air conditioning...
 

simonsi

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I'm 9 years old. At what temperature would you say is "too high"?
Google each device for its temperature range spec. That is what it says so anything in that range will be fine. Then worry less and have more fun. Devices don't need to run at an ideal temperature, they are designed to be fine in a normal household range and then some...
 

Samuelsan2001

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They are fine

When you really stress the computer you will see higher temps for CPU and GPU than that in celsius which will heat up the whole unit. Your computer seems to be running cool as can be.
 

snaky69

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I'm 9 years old. At what temperature would you say is "too high"?
At that age, you should go play outside instead of worrying about internal temperatures of electronics that are functioning correctly (and well within thermal limits).
 
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