Is there a command I can run from the command line in OS X to get the current CPU temperature and/or the fan speed(s)? To be more specific, I'd like to be able to get the same info available in the ...
I'm using a grid-computing software to donate my CPU time, so every core is always 100 Celsius degrees (212F), all day. Is there a reference, from Apple or other source, indicating a safe temperature ...
I have consistently been having a problem with my computer overheating due to random processes using 100%+ CPU. Commonly the problem occurs with the process QuickLookSatellite-general, but it is not ...
This is not about gaming performance. I've got that all sorted when booting into Windows. This is a 2012 version rMBP. The question is about trying to gain a little more control over the hardware ...
How to debug iPhone overheating when the cause is clearly not the environment when the phone is used?
My iPhone 4s with iOS 5.1 started to present overheating very often: 2-4 times a day and this happened while the outside temperature is only around 18-20C and the phone was not under heavy use, in ...
As a complement to this question about keeping the Mac cool so the fans don't get triggered: At what temperature does the mac turn on the fans? I know that a high CPU load can cause the fans to go ...