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MacBook - What's your system running at?


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Mac Specs: 2.4ghz Core 2 Duo MacBook Aluminum, 4gb DDR3 Ram, 250 GB Hard Drive

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My info, according to iStats

2.31 free gb of ram, exhaust fan rpm at 2001, cpu temp at 44*c, 98% idle, and 47 processes.

Im new to Mac, so do these numbers sound about right for a 2.4 ghz, 4 gb ddr3 MB alum?
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Yea that sounds about right. Im on a 2Ghz Core Duo 2GB DDR2 Black Macbook and Mine are:

181mb Ram Free, Fan at 3660rpm CPU Temp at 56˚C 82% Idle with 90 Processes. So your numbers seem fine. The reason my Fan speed is higher is because i use a 3rd party Tool to control the fan speed and i wish my mac ran at 44˚C

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alright thanks.

Now to get my screen flicker taken care of
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