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Concerned about macbook pro 13" temps (tropical country)


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Im on holiday in a tropical country where the environment temps are around 35C. I do some graphics work and some cpu intense work so my macbook pro is sitting at 70-80C. Does anyone knw if this is too much for a macbook and what the highest limit a macbook an go to. 100C?
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You should be fine. I wouldn't worry too much.

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The fans in your MacBook are thermostatically controlled. If there is a problem, the machine will shut itself down to prevent damage. If the machine is working normally, I wouldn't sweat the temps (pun intended). These things are designed to work in multiple climates.

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