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Macbook - Could this be wrong (coreduo temp)


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It says my wife's new macbook is at 113 degress farenheit. I did some searches and didn't find anything, but is 113 normal?

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thats fine. mine is at 140 right now

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thats fine. mine is at 140 right now
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How to you find out how hot it is running?
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How to you find out how hot it is running?
I downloaded core duo temp and installed it...
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mines at 102 now but it goes up to 170
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can i use this for my core 2 duo?
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