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  1. #1

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    Sep 04, 2009
    Are these numbers healthy >?
    Basicly .. i want to know if these numbers from istat sound right and if everything is ok.


    Wired - 500mb
    Active - 800mb
    Inactive - 1.4gb
    Free - 1.10gb

    (only thing that conserns me is the inactive ... does that mean ram not being used or ... cant not be used?)


    HD - 33 (deg)
    Cpu - 47
    cpu heatsink - 40
    all three encloser base's - 30
    Northbridge - 43


    Leftfan - 2,000 rpm

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    Feb 02, 2004
    Everything looks normal.

    My suggestion to you:

    Don't pay any attention to sensors like iStatPro and the like.
    It will only make you neurotic.

    To answer your RAM question, look here: Mac OS X: Reading system memory usage in Activity Monitor
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  3. #3

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    Sep 04, 2009
    sweet thanks.

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