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Darren - Did you jumper the HD SATA I/O speed down?
 
Newer drives are often SATA II or SATA III while your system's interface is SATA I or SATA II (depending on your firmware) which is likely the root problem here.
 
You see, your system is constantly trying to read/write to the drive but is having a very hard time getting accessing the HD which is why your CPU is over heating.
You see, your system is constantly trying to read/write to the drive but is having a very hard time getting accessing the HD which is why your CPU is over heating.
 
You could try accessing '''Activity Monitor''' to see what processes are running and what is using the most CPU. I would also run a temperature monitoring app like '''Temperature Gage''' from the App Store to see what is over heating. This app does logging so it can catch the temp just be for the system shuts down on you.

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Post originale di: Dan ,

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Darren - Did you jumper the HD SATA I/O speed down?

Newer drives are often SATA II or SATA III while your system's interface is SATA I or SATA II (depending on your firmware) which is likely the root problem here.

You see, your system is constantly trying to read/write to the drive but is having a very hard time getting accessing the HD which is why your CPU is over heating.

You could try accessing '''Activity Monitor''' to see what processes are running and what is using the most CPU. I would also run a temperature monitoring app like '''Temperature Gage''' from the App Store to see what is over heating. This app does logging so it can catch the temp just be for the system shuts down on you.

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