Thread: Coreduotemp - hot hot hot
05-26-2006, 11:11 AM #1superdudeGuestCoreduotemp - hot hot hot
I'm running a program called Coreduotemp to monitor the heat issue with the MacBook (1.8GHZ).
Idle temperature with no load is around 60 C.
High load up to 75 C (try watching a 1080P trailer - - xmen3)
I find that the temperature is awfully hot even at idle usage .
Anyone care to report their core temperature for the MacBook?
I called applecare and the technician says it's within spec ..i hope they're not lying to me .
05-26-2006, 03:38 PM #2
05-26-2006, 03:54 PM #3
My G5 iMac is 69 C when doing the same thing. Sounds like the MacBook is doing a great job staying cool. It's not that hot.
05-26-2006, 09:15 PM #4
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- Mar 03, 2006
- Ann Arbor, Michigan
- iMac Aluminum, 20", 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 4GB of Ram
I have not had any heat problems with the MacBook yet. It feels fairly warm to the touch but is not uncomfortable when sitting in your lap.iMac Aluminum 2.4GHz 4GB Ram
Intel Core 2 Duo Macbook Pro
05-27-2006, 01:22 AM #5
I have to change my opinion on the matter. I am taking my MacBook back tomorrow morning. The temp got up to 86 C while using iMovie for about 2 minutes. Then it just froze. I had to do a hard reboot. Also, the second day that I had it, I got a screen that told me that I needed to reboot my computer by holding the power button down. Then I learned today that that was a screen that was caused by heat. I had no idea. Anyway, it breaks my heart to have to return it, but it I don't want it if I cant even use it they way I should be able to.
I just ripped a DVD with Handbrake and the temp read 89 C!! But it didn't lock up. Just kept going. It jumped from 85-89C and the fan ran the whole time. That has to be a record in temperature.
05-29-2006, 09:30 AM #6superdudeGuest
Keep us posted on your situation ripfrankwhite
So far I've only about 3 instances of please power off crash..sucks.
05-29-2006, 11:45 PM #7drinkmilk15Guest
wow. i've been using it for a few days now and had absolutely no problems with heat or crashing. in fact i think my dell 700m actually gets hotter than my macbook 2.0ghz
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