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Overheating while playing Aion via Windows


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HI
Don't know if this is the right place to post this. I'm a macbook pro user and i am playing aion in bootcamp win xp. The cpu temperature goes up to more than 100c(it is very very hot like an oven) when I play over about 10 to 20 minutes and then the pc shuts off itself. I've tried everything such as smc fan control to set the fans to 6000rpm and still end up shuts down...
I am very upset about this because I just got the game yesterday and can not play more than 20 minutes....
How can I fix this problem?
Thanks in advance...
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This is a hardware issue.
If the machine is heating up enough to shut the system down, you need to either call Apple or take it in to your nearest Apple store.

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what spec is your MBP? more specifically, which graphics card did u choose to go with? 256 vid ram or 512?

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