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Macbook - Core Dup Temp Lags ?


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Hey im new with this ... but is there a reason why my core duo temp is lagging ? i turn on my computer and it reads 22C im watching a movie and the mac heats up alot and it still reads 22C. is there something wrong with the confirguration?
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Hey im new with this ... but is there a reason why my core duo temp is lagging ? i turn on my computer and it reads 22C im watching a movie and the mac heats up alot and it still reads 22C. is there something wrong with the confirguration?
ive only owned my macbook for about 2 weeks, and it did the same thing when i first downloaded core duo temp for about the first week. now it works very well. give it time i guess. but then again, what do i know. im just a mac newbie also
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anybody else have this problem? my mac is reading 15 C, and i knwo for sure 15 C doesn't feel like it burns lol
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