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    Concerned about macbook pro 13" temps (tropical country)
    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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    Oct 06, 2009
    27" iMac Quad Core i7 2.8 ghz 1TB HDD
    You should be fine. I wouldn't worry too much.
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    Dec 20, 2006
    Lake Mary, Florida
    15" MBP, Core i7/2GHz, 8GB RAM, 480GB Crucial M500 SSD
    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.
    Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!

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