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Apples have always had HORRIBLE HORRIBLE power management when booted into Windows. This is nothing new. For my needs, virtualization suits me just fine.
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IMO, no laptop can be called a laptop without an active cooling system. Having the same setup on both CPU/GPU fail in my book. I waited until I found out Toshiba had two beefy assemblies on it's Satellite X205 to pull the trigger, neither component passed 60C EVER. Because Apple seems to not understand the consequences of thermal wear and tear, I'll never buy one. For example, Apple's uni-body iMac's. I couldn't touch anywhere on the monitor or top without nearly burning myself.
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Originally Posted by jellis142 View Post
IMO, no laptop can be called a laptop without an active cooling system. Having the same setup on both CPU/GPU fail in my book. I waited until I found out Toshiba had two beefy assemblies on it's Satellite X205 to pull the trigger, neither component passed 60C EVER. Because Apple seems to not understand the consequences of thermal wear and tear, I'll never buy one. For example, Apple's uni-body iMac's. I couldn't touch anywhere on the monitor or top without nearly burning myself.
It does have an active cooling system.. it's just that Apple prefers not to turn it on until temps reach 80C+ xD
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IMO, no laptop can be called a laptop without an active cooling system. Having the same setup on both CPU/GPU fail in my book. I waited until I found out Toshiba had two beefy assemblies on it's Satellite X205 to pull the trigger, neither component passed 60C EVER. Because Apple seems to not understand the consequences of thermal wear and tear, I'll never buy one. For example, Apple's uni-body iMac's. I couldn't touch anywhere on the monitor or top without nearly burning myself.
Cause a 38C surface temperature is soooo hot.
Nice try. Troll again.
post #65 of 69
My 2009 Macbook Pro 13in gets so damn hot. I really need to get a laptop coolers. I worry the intense heat will kill the overpriced thing eventually.
post #66 of 69
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So much for above 80C complaints:

Lap temps:


Exhaust temps:
AT THE CORE. Lol. The point was that these MBP are hitting something ridiculous like 93C at the core while unzipping a rar. My Envy doesn't crack 80C running prime95 torture test at the core, now imagine the case temp. Thats all. Thanks for the lap temperatures comparing itself vs itself, whats the point? The laptop is hot as hell when running Windows. It isn't all laptops and it wasn't THIS bad in the last gen... my CPU doesn't even crack 40C idle... for that to be the case temp on a MBP is kind of funny...
Edited by rudypoochris - 3/17/11 at 12:27am
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http://www.anandtech.com/show/4205/t...sandy-bridge/3

I don't see any mention of what temps and tests.
My point exactly... they don't mention it. How can you refute what I said with nothing. You can't...
post #68 of 69
Apple has always made efforts to keep their systems from being noisy and they often fail miserably at keeping them cool at the same time. Old news.
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AT THE CORE. Lol. The point was that these MBP are hitting something ridiculous like 93C at the core while unzipping a rar.
No where does it show the 2011 MBPs hitting 93C while unzipping a rar. Try again.
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