Various computer hardware components give off heat and can cause overheating

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Macbook2,1 late 2006 fan not spinning

My macbook is very hot, the fan never starts. I tried some softwares like Fan Control 1.2, scmfancontrol 2.4 and Macs Fan Control but each of them is giving me always 0 rpm on the main (right) fan… ...
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Flash higher CPU usage under OS X than Ubuntu?

I recently installed Ubuntu 13.10 on a 2011 late Macbook pro. With the same version chrome and pepper flash plugin and flashblock extension to block irrevalent flash. When I watch some flash video ...
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MacBook Pro, Thunderbolt Display and overheating

I recently purchased a Thunderbolt Display to use with my Late 2011 MacBook Pro 13-inch. I was quite happy with the overall performance until I noticed that the only fan in the laptop started running ...
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How to measure GPu temperature MBP 13 mid-2010?

My question is very simple. I have some troubles with my MBP 13' mid-2010 (kernels panics, crashs and reboots). I think the problem is coming from the GPU (Nividia 320m). One solution could be to ...
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Is there a way to view and control the powerstate of the discrete GPU on a 2011 MBP in OSX?

I noticed that running with the discrete GPU uses more power and generates more heat. I just need the discrete GPU to drive an external monitor, I'm not concerned about performance. By controling the ...
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Normal Temparature of a Macbook Pro

I received my Macbook Pro yesterday. I would like to know what is the normal temperature of a Macbook Pro. Here is mine is this okay ?
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Macbook Pro 2011 Heat Problems

This is more a general enquiry into whether I should be concerned, but I have a 2011 Macbook Pro 13" and over the last week and a half I have noticed the left side of the case (power point, QWE keys ...
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How many fans does a 2.26 GHz 15" 2009 MacBook Pro 5,5 have?

I have a 15" MacBook Pro 2.26 GHz purchased in late 2009, model "MacBookPro5,5". The FanControl PrefPane reports Right Fan: -1 RPM Does this model only have one fan, or does it have two?
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2012 Macbook Pro (Retina) Heat Issues

I have a mid-2012 Retina Pro (loaded: 16GB RAM, 768GB SSD, etc.), with annoying heat issues. Whenever I'm doing anything GPU-intensive (games or CUDA simulations), after about 30 minutes, the ...
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iPhone 4S chip overheating after replacing screen

I just bought a used iPhone 4S with cracked screen, and installed a new lcd with gold frame. Just after putting the phone together it starts overheating. I have not installed any apps since recovery ...
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How to identify the 3 thermals sensor connectors from the mac mini motherboard?

I opened my mac mini to switch the DVD with another hard drive and I forgot to take a picture with the ways the 3 thermal sensors are connected. THeir codes on the mainboard look like: J5550 - left ...
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Why is my MBPr so hot when 2 external displays are connected?

MacBook Pro Retina, 15-inch, Late 2013 Processor 2,3 GHz Intel Core i7 Memory 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M 2048 MB Software OS X 10.9 Built-in Retina Display 15-inch (2880 ...
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Is it true that Mac Air fan sleeps almost all time?

Hmm, while I was typing this question's title, some related questions appeared: air-11-i7-2011-fans-come-on-never-turn-off ...
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New Retina MacBook Pro - Temperatures Signaling Defects?

So I've purchased a new 15" MBP and I've had issues with fan speeds, graphics switching, and the temperatures. No matter what I do, just by having internet browsing using Chrome, my idle temperature ...