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> Clueless RAM Upgrade Question, is there a cheaper way to upgrade RAM?
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post Wed 26 May 2010, 13:11
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qui qui smile.gif J'ai eu the same avis...

...!!! never give Your System Preference to someone, even it is hot biggrin.gif

the zaltman website is http://www.zalman.co.kr

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thank You for information lepetitmartien

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post Sat 29 May 2010, 15:52
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Hot is not "too hot" if the computer stays running. Modern computers do generate a large amount of heat.

Do not use third party software that changes the way your macbook maintains its own temperature. These will only increase fan speed and noise with no benefit to your computer's operation.

There are already very smart systems and sensors in your macbook that WILL turn the computer OFF if it gets "too hot"

btw. Apple and Dell ect. stopped calling them "laptops" a long time ago largely because they WILL get too hot to comfortably use on your lap.

if your Mac malfunctions when it's at normal operating temperature (normal being any temperature in which the Mac is NOT shutting itself down) you have faulty electronics. If your mac IS shutting down when it gets hot , you may have something wrong with the fan.


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