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A 21" CRT that does 2048x1536, and it creates much more heat than I originally thought it would. Eric Reply Quote Colleen Thompson Show this Post 2016-07-27 at 22:58 #2111 (33) Colleen Thompson Update on MacBook Pro hotness at ambient temperatures over 95°: I installed iStat Menus and Some jokingly say that a computer runs best with a "frosty dew" on it. what a good heatsink does is more efficiently take the heat off the processor and into the heatsink, and from there into the surrounding air. http://fixmyacer.com/computer-keeps/computer-keeps-freezing.html

Certainly disk I/O would work this way. Spraying dust removal spray lightly on the fan while the laptop is OFF (obviously) is usually the only way to clean it. In both situations the hot air blown out of your PC dissapates into the air in your room, in the hot low fan case it warms up the air surrounding the Hot head or hot flushes can also be caused by it (I find my orthostatic hypertension can make my head feel hot or me hot in places).

What made you say that?.[/quote] Wasnt OP concerned about the exterior temp effecting his pc? Netflix or anything that uses Adobe's Flash Player tends to add a lot of overhead to your Mac's workload, requiring more out of the fan system. nicknamed, Jun 25, 2013 iGrowl Lord of the Idiots Joined: Jan 2, 2013 Messages: 3 Date Posted: Jun 25, 2013 #12 nicknamed said: ↑ Wow.

I now do this at least once every year.Just be careful when you get to moving parts. jbisco25Member Since: August 30, 2004Posts: 973jbisco25FollowForum Posts: 973Followed by: 0Reviews: 8 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#38 Posted by jbisco25 (973 posts) - 8 years, 8 months ago I don't know, buy a For me, I've now learned it's a sign that I've done WAY too much (usually mental activities, like watching TV or using the computer or talking with someone - I've gotten If the computer still runs too hot, you need better fans and/or a case that has better air flow and/or the addition of a cooling system.Heat (laptop): Same situation as a

that1guy64 Not a mod ★ Joined: Aug 20, 2001 Messages: 55,927 Location: USA Date Posted: Jun 24, 2013 #3 It would help if you explained what you already have going on. Under a light load it runs at 100 to 120 deg. Mavericks does a better job utilizing the power savings capability of the Intel processor. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2658355/computer-making-room-hot.html Reply Quote James Cutler Show this Post 2016-07-29 at 09:52 #2233 (50) James Cutler (2016-07-28 at 21:21)tom joad Wrote: ...

biltrosMember Since: January 18, 2006Posts: 358biltrosFollowForum Posts: 358Followed by: 0Reviews: 1 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#41 Posted by biltros (358 posts) - 8 years, 8 months agoI don't know, buy a fan A 3/4 horse electric motor spinning the squirrel cage uses a tiny amount of power compared to say my computer that stays on almost all the time. This is actually an improvement over the old design where it was positioned at the top left corner. Keep cool!

by Lee Koo (ADMIN) CNET staff/forum admin / November 15, 2013 9:56 AM PST Question:My laptop is hot to the touch, should I be worried?I do hope you can assist me https://www.macintouch.com/forums/showthread.php?tid=212 Discussion topics include hardware component and upgrades, ultrabooks, gaming laptops, Netbooks, and laptops accessories and much more.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion My laptop is hot to the touch, should I Never hurts to reapply if the compound is old -- mine got too dirty and actually started drying and flaking away, caused some major heat issues without me even knowing. The AMD CPUs crash the OS, then literally burn themselves to death.

As long as the laptop is running, it can help you with meal prep and home heating.LOL!! this contact form My pc is very short on fans, I only have basic ones such as the Power Supply fan, Graphics Card Fan and Processor Fan (yes, I have heatsink.) iGrowl, Jun It's a very old and partially broken 21" CRT. Between family, personal, clients, hobby interests, curiosity, news, home and automobile, technology tidbits and random questions from others, I wish I had a dedicated browser pod that I could wrap around

But shut down and allowed to cool off for a while, it's back to normal, which is why I think this is temperature-related.When a modern computer (any kind, not just Macs) iGrowl, Jun 26, 2013 jawnTEM One Wild Crazy Mod-der! ★ MOD Joined: Oct 4, 2011 Messages: 8,930 Location: Central Texas Date Posted: Jun 26, 2013 #26 I'd love to igrowl! Computer games and video encoding programs like Handbrake require a lot of juice from your CPU, so it's best to use these on a desktop machine (if you have one) or have a peek here The PSU fan should be facing down (towards the ground) csitton, Jun 28, 2013 jawnTEM likes this.

What it appears to me is that when there is no battery, then, the MBP will run very slowly for some reasons. Reply Quote ko1 Show this Post 2016-07-15 at 17:28 #1104 (9) ko1 For many years I worked in a garage that had heat (for the winter) - no ac. But after I switched to LCD screen it decreased noticably, The old CRT seemed to be a heater of its own, then I also made some upgrades to my computer and

my tv gets hotter than my PC Toriko42Member Since: September 1, 2006Posts: 27562Toriko42FollowForum Posts: 27562Followed by: 0Reviews: 45 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#14 Posted by Toriko42 (27562 posts) - 8 years, 8

Sparrow, Nov 20, 2013 #4 rosie26 likes this. They offer no other advice as to how to fix the problem (and buying a new graphics card or computer is not an option for at least another year)I've also completely Fans aren't that difficult to replace—for example, iFixit has a killer how-to video for the unibody MacBook Pro, and the site includes repair guides for just about every Mac you can Paul Flag Permalink This was helpful (3) Collapse - Hot laptop by wired128 / November 22, 2013 9:18 AM PST In reply to: My laptop is hot to the touch, should

Upper body and head feel hot and overheated and feel weak and shaky from even low level of exertion Discussion in 'General Symptoms' started by knackers323, Nov 19, 2013. Ha! Reply Quote M. http://fixmyacer.com/computer-keeps/computer-resetting-while-i-am-away.html Three are related to a site that we cannot access from one client's location but can from elsewhere, so we're trying to pin down where the problem lies - IP blacklists,

Is there a condition where the glucose is in the blood but can't get into the cells or they are damaged and can't use it properly? as someone else mentioned earlier :P and yeah, just think of a gaming PC as a 200w space heater. So, can someone explain if having so many tabs open is a normal use case?In a word, yes. Usually there is only a problem if one program gets stuck and runs up CPU cycles.I also use a program called "App Tamer" by St.

As well, the use of MFC to force down GPU temperature permits iMac and MacBook Pros with marginally defective GPUs to remain in service for more years (at the small cost Shock from dropping the computer or even slamming the lid shut2. Also think about where your PC is located. Hence it seems very odd to assume there's a psychological cause of symptoms, when the physical cause is much more likely.

Reply Quote Colleen Thompson Show this Post 2016-07-28 at 16:03 #2186 (41) Colleen Thompson (2016-07-28 at 14:56)Wire Wrote: Each tab is a program that is free to be full of Havnt even tried to have a LAN party sense. It's what they do. Try to position it more, over these components.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (3) Collapse - Excess Heat is not good by waytron / November 21, 2013 7:59 PM PST In reply to: My laptop is hot to the But I stayed for the pictures Click to expand... Would a small window unit not be a viable solution?Click to expand... Hardcore_Hector, Jun 28, 2013 nicknamed Noob Joined: Mar 8, 2008 Messages: 46 Location: Lahore, Pakistan.

Creates a "snowball" effect without a snowball cool. It's a tad old, but I'm not ready to get rid of it yet. The computer itself was quite warm, and I noticed that propping the back up off the desk would help. Here's some paraphrasing of a chart I found (link in sources): at 113 degrees you get a 3rd degree burn after 5 hours at 116.6 degrees, after 45 minutes at 118.4