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Macbook - how am i supposed to know if its too hot


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or if it has too much thermal grease without cracking it open? should i worried it overheats if i hadn't had any crashes for the 5 or 6 days i've had it, and it only runs somewhat warm on my lap? all these threads on other forums have made me paranoid.
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