1. Intel Core Temp
  2. Core Temp Mac Os

I just upgraded my Mid 2007 iMac to an SSD / HD combo in exchange to the previous HD / DVD drive.

Everything works but before an hour my iMac just turned off like someone would have plugged out the power cable. It was running about an hour before that.

Intel Core Temp

(Image credit: Core Temp) As you can see, this CPU has been running at a temperature of 46 degrees Celsius and a maximum of 75 degrees Celsius (167 degrees Fahrenheit) and is, therefore, running at.

I wonder if there is a problem with the temperatures or with the temperature sensors.

Core Temp Mac Os

Download visio for mac. What are the normal temperatures for an iMac?

I currently get these values in iStatPro:

  • AC/DC Supply 80° C
  • Airport Card 62° C
  • Ambient Air 27° C
  • CPU Heatsink 51° C
  • GPU Die 68° C
  • GPU Proximity 64° C
  • Hard Drive Body 49° C
  • LCD Proximity 49° C
  • Misc 53° C
  • Optical Drive 46° C
  • WDC WD20EZRX-00DC0B0 (my new HDD) 49° C

Speeds from iStatPro:

However, core temperature perturbations during the first 30 minutes of anesthesia are difficult to interpret because of redistribution hypothermia (9). We therefore recommend core temperature monitoring for general anesthetics exceeding 30 minute, a recommendation that strikes a balance between thermoregulatory and MH studies (10). IMacs are essentially running on laptop hardware, permanently plugged in. I stopped prime95 and after my system was idle for a little while the core temperatures are now hovering around 60 C. 60C idle is really high. I'd expect that to be in the room-temperature +5º range.

  • CPU Fan: 1199 rpm
  • Hard Drive 1213rpm
  • Optical Drive 1000rpm

Is this a good question?


Btw: I am not having the problem that the fan is always on as described in many other posts. That only seems to happen with the newer iMacs; mine is the first ever built aluminium iMac model.

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