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Versione corrente di: Corey Meyer ,

Titolo:

High Temperature / High Fan speeds

Testo:

Hello everyone!

I have acquired a 2010 MacBook Pro and it has a really bad overheating problem.

Is it supposed to get really hot? Is it because of the old CPU and GPU and they just run hot?

I replaced the thermal paste and it still gets hot with slightly better thermals. I wanted to try and see if liquid metal would be an option although I’m not sure if the heat sink is copper or aluminum since I know it will happily eat away at it in a matter of hours.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

Edit: Here are the screenshots. I hope they help

[image|1784349]

[image|1784350]

[image|1784352]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

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Modifica di: Corey Meyer ,

Titolo:

High Temperature / High Fan speeds

Testo:

Hello everyone!

I have acquired a 2010 MacBook Pro and it has a really bad overheating problem.

Is it supposed to get really hot? Is it because of the old CPU and GPU and they just run hot?

I replaced the thermal paste and it still gets hot with slightly better thermals. I wanted to try and see if liquid metal would be an option although I’m not sure if the heat sink is copper or aluminum since I know it will happily eat away at it in a matter of hours.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

Edit: Here are the screenshots. I hope they help

[image|1784349]

[image|1784350]

[image|1784352]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

Stato:

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Risposta Accettata:

572064

Modifica di: Corey Meyer ,

Titolo:

High Temperature / High Fan speeds

Testo:

Hello everyone!

I have acquired a 2010 MacBook Pro and it has a really bad overheating problem.

Is it supposed to get really hot? Is it because of the old CPU and GPU and they just run hot?

I replaced the thermal paste and it still gets hot with slightly better thermals. I wanted to try and see if liquid metal would be an option although I’m not sure if the heat sink is copper or aluminum since I know it will happily eat away at it in a matter of hours.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

Edit: Here are the screenshots. I hope they help

[image|1784349]

[image|1784350]

[image|1784352]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

Stato:

open

Risposta Accettata:

572064

Modifica di: Corey Meyer ,

Titolo:

High Temperature / High Fan speeds

Testo:

Hello everyone!

I have acquired a 2010 MacBook Pro and it has a really bad overheating problem.

Is it supposed to get really hot? Is it because of the old CPU and GPU and they just run hot?

I replaced the thermal paste and it still gets hot with slightly better thermals. I wanted to try and see if liquid metal would be an option although I’m not sure if the heat sink is copper or aluminum since I know it will happily eat away at it in a matter of hours.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

Edit: Here are the screenshots. I hope they help

[image|1784349]

[image|1784350]

[image|1784352]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

Stato:

open

Risposta Accettata:

572029

Modifica di: oldturkey03 (dettagli voto) ,

Titolo:

High Temperature / High Fan speeds

Testo:

Hello everyone!

I have acquired a 2010 MacBook Pro and it has a really bad overheating problem.

Is it supposed to get really hot? Is it because of the old CPU and GPU and they just run hot?

I replaced the thermal paste and it still gets hot with slightly better thermals. I wanted to try and see if liquid metal would be an option although I’m not sure if the heat sink is copper or aluminum since I know it will happily eat away at it in a matter of hours.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

Edit: Here are the screenshots. I hope they help

[image|1784349]

[image|1784350]

[image|1784352]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

Stato:

open

Risposta Accettata:

572029

Modifica di: Corey Meyer ,

Titolo:

High Temperature / High Fan speeds

Testo:

Hello everyone!
 
I have acquired a 2010 MacBook Pro and it has a really bad overheating problem.
 
Is it supposed to get really hot? Is it because of the old CPU and GPU and they just run hot?
 
I replaced the thermal paste and it still gets hot with slightly better thermals. I wanted to try and see if liquid metal would be an option although I’m not sure if the heat sink is copper or aluminum since I know it will happily eat away at it in a matter of hours.
 
Any suggestions?
 
Thanks!
 
Edit: Here are the screenshots. I hope they help
 
[image|1784349]
 
[image|1784350]
 
[image|1784352]

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

Stato:

open

Modifica di: Dan ,

Titolo:

High Temperature / High Fan speeds

Testo:

Hello everyone! I

I
have acquired a 2010 MacBook Pro and it has a really bad overheating problem. Is

Is
it supposed to get really hot? Is it because of the old CPU and GPU and they just run hot? I

I
replaced the thermal paste and it still gets hot with slightly better thermals. I wanted to try and see if liquid metal would be an option although i’mI’m not sure if the heat sink is copper or aluminum since I know it will happily eat away at it in a matter of hours. Any

Any
suggestions?
Hello everyone! I

I
have acquired a 2010 MacBook Pro and it has a really bad overheating problem. Is

Is
it supposed to get really hot? Is it because of the old CPU and GPU and they just run hot? I

I
replaced the thermal paste and it still gets hot with slightly better thermals. I wanted to try and see if liquid metal would be an option although i’mI’m not sure if the heat sink is copper or aluminum since I know it will happily eat away at it in a matter of hours. Any

Any
suggestions?
 
Thanks!

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

Stato:

open

Post originale di: Corey Meyer ,

Titolo:

High Temperature / High Fan speeds

Testo:

Hello everyone! I have acquired a 2010 MacBook Pro and it has a really bad overheating problem. Is it supposed to get really hot? Is it because of the old CPU and GPU and they just run hot? I replaced the thermal paste and it still gets hot with slightly better thermals. I wanted to try and see if liquid metal would be an option although i’m not sure if the heat sink is copper or aluminum since I know it will happily eat away at it in a matter of hours. Any suggestions?

Thanks!

Dispositivo:

MacBook Pro 15" Unibody Mid 2010

Stato:

open