I don't think my laptop should be this hot...

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  1. kos

    kos New Member

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    My laptop has been burning my legs the last few weeks, so I downloaded some program to tell me the temp's.

    My cpu is at 53C, or 127F
    My hard drive is at 44C, or 111F.

    This is fucking hot..

    I think I might buy one of those cooler pads
     
  2. dorkultra

    dorkultra OT's resident crohns dude OT Supporter

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    my c2d macbook gets up to 49C if it's doing something at 100%
    it gets super hot and you can notice the fan
     
  3. kos

    kos New Member

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    I don't know.. this fucker will turn my legs red. I'll have to see if best buy has one of those targus chill pads
     
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    You might be killing your sperm count also.
     
  5. phatguy88

    phatguy88 OT Supporter

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    my dell gets to mid 70's cpu temp.
     
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  6. hurleyint1386

    hurleyint1386 Someone has sand in their vagina

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    i've been up to 98°C on my CD MacBook Pro.


    .... i should probably get that checked out
     
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  7. samm

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    i can get my core 2 duo macbook pro up to 70 degrees C with both processors pegged
     

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