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MacBook Pro - Heating issue? Normal??


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hey whats up guys! iv had my MBP for quite some time now.. about two months and i got a widget called istat pro.. i bet you have all heard of it anyway...
on it it shows u the temp. of dif. things on ur Mac.
alot of my stuff is hitting above 110 degress..
my CPU A is at 160 and my GPU Diode is at 169 my airport card is 135 and so on... is this too hot for a MBP or normal..? should i take it into apple and see what they think?
any help is welcome. thank!!
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You're talking Fahrenheit correct? If so, then it's a bit warm for idling but wouldn't be hugely hot if you're taxing the system IME.

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Mine plays games at 180F. (Crysis, 1680x1050 on my 22" monitor, with med-high settings)

Average use, including internet, iTunes, AOL Radio, Mail, AIM, etc, it hovers around 120 to 130F tops.

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