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Macbook Pro vs Mac Mini using Handbrake


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Hi Guys i have a question regards temperature whilst decoding using Handbrake.

I have a Macbook Pro 15" Retina 2.3Ghz i7 and a Mac Mini 2.5Ghz i5

Now the Mac Pro whilst decoding has temp of 150F
& the Mac Mini has temp of 195F to 205F

Is the mac mini safe to run at these temperatures ? while decoding
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If the computer gets too hot…it will shut itself off automatically.

It also never hurts to check to see if things are dirty inside (fuzz, dirt, lint, etc.).

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Thanks Nick

Its a nice machine so i would like to think it should be able to handle such temperatures

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