Macbook Air Cpu Temperature Monitor

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PlotinusVeritas wrote:

The above information is incorrect

Please prove your opinion.


PlotinusVeritas wrote:

Macbook Air Cpu Temperature Monitor

The MacBook Air isn't idealized to play games, as such it's normal to get those temperatures, temperatures higher than 80 or 90ºC are dangerous.

That is incorrect information.

Intel i-series CPUs are designed to run safely and continuously at up to 100*c.

That is a fact from intel.

This is another app for Mac temperature monitor. Install it on the MacBook and similarly temperature will be displayed on the menu bar. This is the CPU’s temperature, a click on the drop-down box will show you the temperature of every component separately such as the battery, trackpad, Intel etc.

Proof: http://www.intel.com/support/processors/sb/CS-033342

htm http://ark.intel.com/products/54620/Intel-Core-i5-2557M-Processor-3M-Cache-up-to -2_70-GHz?q=2557M

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PlotinusVeritas wrote:

  1. Then, click on 1New at the bottom. Next, click on the “+” button to the right of Fanny. That’s pretty much it! From now onwards, you can check the CPU temperature of your macOS device right from the Notification Center. Besides, you can also click on Fanny’s menu bar icon to view your Mac’s current CPU temperature.
  2. Head to the Menubar Display tab, then select a fan and/or a sensor to display in the menu bar. Click “Close”, and you’ll see the information in your menu bar at all times. Outside of amazing conversations, monitoring the fan speed passively like this can be helpful if you suspect there’s a problem.

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Speeds higher than 2000 rpm may damage the MacBook

Proof?

Fan speed will only change the useage time of your battery. When on AC power, it has no negative effects beyond noise. Your opinion that it may somehow 'damage' the computer is incorrect.

Nov 29, 2013 6:38 AM