Got my MBP back from service

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  1. CarRamRod

    CarRamRod The schnozzberries taste like schnozzberries.

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    They replaced the main logic board and both fans. (2.0GHz w/ 256VRAM, 2GIGs)

    I've been at work all day, so not much time to mess with it, but I had iMove HD open, iTunes, playing a QT movie, Mail, and Safari open and it wasn't getting all that hot. Warm, yes, but not blazin' hot like last time.

    I will update more as I play with it.
     
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    fixthe fernback New Member

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    Got some temps?

    I'm idling at 68C :hsd:, 79F in the room.
     
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    what are you using to get the temps
     
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    CoreDuoTemp
     
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    CarRamRod The schnozzberries taste like schnozzberries.

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    CarRamRod The schnozzberries taste like schnozzberries.

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    I did an iMovie HD encode of some track footage. Few minutes worth, took about 5min to encode to CD-ROM quality Quicktime.

    The max temp was 78C, the ambient temp again is about 77F.

    IMO, it's running MUCH cooler everywhere in the usage range.
     

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