Whats Ur Mbp Temp.?

imaomao

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Dec 28, 2006
4
0
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
after playing about half hour game

Temp.
CPU A around 60
GPU Dide around 70
Gdu Heatsink around 60
Heatsink A around 60
Heatsink B around 50
Enclsure Bottom 35
Memory Ccontrol 55
Fujitsu Mhw21 40

data from iState pro...

my mpb has replaced logice borad once by the Apple center
its hot to touch the keyborad
 

Adamo

macrumors 6502
Apr 23, 2006
293
3
I'm not sure (just getting the widget of iStat now), but it sounds as if it's going to take off! Crazy considering it cost £1400 and that it's like a jet engine.

Mine are:

45
55
43
43
40
37
57
39

I'm only running Azureus and Safari.
 

kolax

macrumors G3
Mar 20, 2007
9,194
115
Right now..running Adium, iTunes, Transmission, Firefox, Address Book, Entourage.

CPU Core 1 and 2 = 49'C
Graphics Processor Temp Diode = 58'C
Memory Controller = 51'C
 

amusiccale

macrumors 6502
Jun 5, 2007
310
0
under (CPU) load:

CPU A: 78
GPU diode : 74
GPU heatsink: 61
heatsink a: 56
heatsink b: 46
enclosure bottom: 38
memory control..: 53
FUJITSU, etc.: 40

using SMC fan control with min @ 4000 rpm, at 2000s it was running in the 80s.

EDIT: the keyboard is not too hot to touch, if that helps. The strip above it, particularly the left-center section is probably not for touching.
 

Streitzguy

macrumors member
Jun 23, 2007
37
0
If you set SMC fan control to default, does it change the fan speed as if the system normally would?
 

Gen3tix

macrumors newbie
Aug 3, 2007
27
0
Hmm...mbp's been on for about an hour running firefox, ichat,and itunes. running on battery

CPU A: 37
GPU Diode: 43
GPU Heatsink: 38
Heatsink A: 36
Heatsink B: 30
Enclosure Bottom: 26
Memory Controller: 28
Fujitsu MHW21...: 27
 

vicious7

macrumors 6502a
Jul 16, 2007
818
0
Jacked into the net...
Hmm...mbp's been on for about an hour running firefox, ichat,and itunes. running on battery

CPU A: 37
GPU Diode: 43
GPU Heatsink: 38
Heatsink A: 36
Heatsink B: 30
Enclosure Bottom: 26
Memory Controller: 28
Fujitsu MHW21...: 27
Wow...that's cold. Do you have your fans running high or one of those cooling pads or is it winter in your room ;)
 

squeeks

macrumors 68040
Jun 19, 2007
3,389
14
Florida
I'm not sure (just getting the widget of iStat now), but it sounds as if it's going to take off! Crazy considering it cost £1400 and that it's like a jet engine.

Mine are:

45
55
43
43
40
37
57
39

I'm only running Azureus and Safari.
it should be dead quiet at those temps
 

Sbrocket

macrumors 65816
Jun 3, 2007
1,251
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it should be dead quiet at those temps
Not really. The fans are (for some reason) controlled by the Memory Controller's temperature. While it shouldn't be really loud, I'd imagine that the fans are going over 2000RPM.

Adamo: Have you used any fan control software? SMCFanControl? Fan Control sysprefs panel?
 

jczubach

macrumors 6502
May 15, 2007
385
0
northwest
I am completely paranoid about the heat issue and keep everything in the 38-48 degree C. range at all times. smc fan control b'tween 2500 and 3500rpm depending on what's running. As well, i keep a teeny little fan pointed at the back vent on particularly warm days. Don't care what the specs say, processors run better at cooler temps(from what i hear) and if i can keep the surrounding components as cool as possible, i figure it can't hurt overall longevity.
 

squeeks

macrumors 68040
Jun 19, 2007
3,389
14
Florida
Not really. The fans are (for some reason) controlled by the Memory Controller's temperature. While it shouldn't be really loud, I'd imagine that the fans are going over 2000RPM.

Adamo: Have you used any fan control software? SMCFanControl? Fan Control sysprefs panel?
the OP's temps are fine, its the second person im concerned about, however the fact that its controled by the memory controler makes sense, his is awfully hot 58c??

my current temps are
54
59
53
53
41
32
50
36

im sitting about a ft away from it, and i can hear my DVR (about 4' away) over the laptop i can only hear the laptop if i put my ear inches away from the case
 

squeeks

macrumors 68040
Jun 19, 2007
3,389
14
Florida
I am completely paranoid about the heat issue and keep everything in the 38-48 degree C. range at all times. smc fan control b'tween 2500 and 3500rpm depending on what's running. As well, i keep a teeny little fan pointed at the back vent on particularly warm days. Don't care what the specs say, processors run better at cooler temps(from what i hear) and if i can keep the surrounding components as cool as possible, i figure it can't hurt overall longevity.
you keep WHAT cool to 38-48?

cant be the CPU thats impossible unless you're sitting in a room thats about 30f

i think the lowest ive ever seen mine is 48c