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Heat issues when running CineBench or AHT - Why and how to fix

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Let me tell you my problem, I personally use the late 2011 13 inch mbp and have replaced hdd to ssd, 16 gigs of 1600 mhz ram and applied arctic mx4 freshly. Now I find little improvement in cooling and very good improvement in performance due to the huge upgrade. But however when I use cinebench or other cpu hungry process, the CPU hits 98-100 celsius with fans going beserk. But when it's idle, the CPU sits at 45-49 celsius. I can understand this could be accessing the SSD through the faulty cable. but even when I go to the Apple hardware test, the fans still scream during memory test.

So, is it really the SATA cable end of the day as mentioned elsewhere that is causing this problem?

TGPro screen when idle

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TG Pro when medium task

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TG Pro when memory usage is high after many hours of work on project file

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TG Pro at full load and fans screaming

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編集者: Vijay Kanta ,

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Heat issues when running CineBench or AHT - Why and how to fix

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Let me tell you my problem, I personally use the late 2011 13 inch mbp and have replaced hdd to ssd, 16 gigs of 1600 mhz ram and applied arctic mx4 freshly. Now I find little improvement in cooling and very good improvement in performance due to the huge upgrade. But however when I use cinebench or other cpu hungry process, the CPU hits 98-100 celsius with fans going beserk. But when it's idle, the CPU sits at 45-49 celsius. I can understand this could be accessing the SSD through the faulty cable. but even when I go to the Apple hardware test, the fans still scream during memory test.
 
So, is it really the SATA cable end of the day as mentioned elsewhere that is causing this problem?
 
TGPro screen when idle
 
[image|1848963]
 
TG Pro when medium task
 
[image|1849574]
 
TG Pro when memory usage is high after many hours of work on project file
 
[image|1849608]
 
TG Pro at full load and fans screaming
 
[image|1849634]

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編集者: Vijay Kanta ,

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Heat issues when running CineBench or AHT - Why and how to fix

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Let me tell you my problem, I personally use the late 2011 13 inch mbp and have replaced hdd to ssd, 16 gigs of 1600 mhz ram and applied arctic mx4 freshly. Now I find little improvement in cooling and very good improvement in performance due to the huge upgrade. But however when I use cinebench or other cpu hungry process, the CPU hits 98-100 celsius with fans going beserk. But when it's idle, the CPU sits at 45-49 celsius. I can understand this could be accessing the SSD through the faulty cable. but even when I go to the Apple hardware test, the fans still scream during memory test.
 
So, is it really the SATA cable end of the day as mentioned elsewhere that is causing this problem?
 
TGPro screen when idle
 
[image|1848963]
 
TG Pro when medium task
 
[image|1849574]
 
TG Pro when memory usage is high after many hours of work on project file
 
[image|1849608]

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MacBook Pro 13" Unibody Late 2011

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編集者: Vijay Kanta ,

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Heat issues when running CineBench or AHT - Why and how to fix

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Let me tell you my problem, I personally use the late 2011 13 inch mbp and have replaced hdd to ssd, 16 gigs of 1600 mhz ram and applied arctic mx4 freshly. Now I find little improvement in cooling and very good improvement in performance due to the huge upgrade. But however when I use cinebench or other cpu hungry process, the CPU hits 98-100 celsius with fans going beserk. But when it's idle, the CPU sits at 45-49 celsius. I can understand this could be accessing the SSD through the faulty cable. but even when I go to the Apple hardware test, the fans still scream during memory test.
 
So, is it really the SATA cable end of the day as mentioned elsewhere that is causing this problem?
 
TGPro screen when idle
 
[image|1848963]
 
TGPro screenTG Pro when idlemedium task
TGPro screenTG Pro when idlemedium task
 
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[image|1848963image|1849574]

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編集者: Vijay Kanta ,

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Heat issues when running CineBench or AHT - Why and how to fix

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Let me tell you my problem, I personally use the late 2011 13 inch mbp and have replaced hdd to ssd, 16 gigs of 1600 mhz ram and applied arctic mx4 freshly. Now I find little improvement in cooling and very good improvement in performance due to the huge upgrade. But however when I use cinebench or other cpu hungry process, the CPU hits 98-100 celsius with fans going beserk. But when it's idle, the CPU sits at 45-49 celsius. I can understand this could be accessing the SSD through the faulty cable. but even when I go to the Apple hardware test, the fans still scream during memory test.
 
So, is it really the SATA cable end of the day as mentioned elsewhere that is causing this problem?
 
 
 
TGPro screen when idle
 
[image|1848963]

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編集者: Vijay Kanta ,

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Heat issues when running CineBench or AHT - Why and how to fix

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OkayLet me tell you my problem, I getpersonally use the point, however there's still 2011'slate 2011 13 inch "821-1266" available at Amazon new pieces. For authenticity purposembp and perfect fitting,have replaced hdd to ssd, 16 gigs of 1600 mhz ram and applied arctic mx4 freshly. Now I could still go withfind little improvement in cooling and very good improvement in performance due to the same model right? Or are you sayinghuge upgrade. But however when I use cinebench or other cpu hungry process, the model itself is faulty at causing CPU overrunning and blasting 100 degreehits 98-100 celsius for long time?with fans going beserk. But when it's idle, the CPU sits at 45-49 celsius. I can understand this could be accessing the SSD through the faulty cable. but even when I go to the Apple hardware test, the fans still scream during memory test.
OkayLet me tell you my problem, I getpersonally use the point, however there's still 2011'slate 2011 13 inch "821-1266" available at Amazon new pieces. For authenticity purposembp and perfect fitting,have replaced hdd to ssd, 16 gigs of 1600 mhz ram and applied arctic mx4 freshly. Now I could still go withfind little improvement in cooling and very good improvement in performance due to the same model right? Or are you sayinghuge upgrade. But however when I use cinebench or other cpu hungry process, the model itself is faulty at causing CPU overrunning and blasting 100 degreehits 98-100 celsius for long time?with fans going beserk. But when it's idle, the CPU sits at 45-49 celsius. I can understand this could be accessing the SSD through the faulty cable. but even when I go to the Apple hardware test, the fans still scream during memory test.
 
Let me tell you my problem, I personally use the same mbp and have replaced hdd to ssd, 16 gigs of 1600 mhz ram and applied arctic mx4 freshly. Now I find little improvement in cooling and very good improvement in performance due to the huge upgrade. But however when I use cinebench or other cpu hungry process, the CPU hits 98-100 celsius with fans going beserk. But when it's idle, the CPU sits at 45-49 celsius. I can understand this could be accessing the SSD through the faulty cable. but even when I go to the Apple hardware test, the fans still scream during memory test.

So
So, is it really the SATA cable end of the dayday as mentioned elsewhere that is causing this problem?
Let me tell you my problem, I personally use the same mbp and have replaced hdd to ssd, 16 gigs of 1600 mhz ram and applied arctic mx4 freshly. Now I find little improvement in cooling and very good improvement in performance due to the huge upgrade. But however when I use cinebench or other cpu hungry process, the CPU hits 98-100 celsius with fans going beserk. But when it's idle, the CPU sits at 45-49 celsius. I can understand this could be accessing the SSD through the faulty cable. but even when I go to the Apple hardware test, the fans still scream during memory test.

So
So, is it really the SATA cable end of the dayday as mentioned elsewhere that is causing this problem?

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No Title (You should edit this question)Heat issues when running CineBench or AHT - Why and how to fix
No Title (You should edit this question)Heat issues when running CineBench or AHT - Why and how to fix

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Okay I get the point, however there's still 2011's 13 inch "821-1266" available at Amazon new pieces. For authenticity purpose and perfect fitting, I could still go with the same model right? Or are you saying the model itself is faulty at causing CPU overrunning and blasting 100 degree celsius for long time?

Let me tell you my problem, I personally use the same mbp and have replaced hdd to ssd, 16 gigs of 1600 mhz ram and applied arctic mx4 freshly. Now I find little improvement in cooling and very good improvement in performance due to the huge upgrade. But however when I use cinebench or other cpu hungry process, the CPU hits 98-100 celsius with fans going beserk. But when it's idle, the CPU sits at 45-49 celsius. I can understand this could be accessing the SSD through the faulty cable. but even when I go to the Apple hardware test, the fans still scream during memory test.

So, is it really the cable end of the day?

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オリジナル投稿者: Vijay Kanta ,

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No Title (You should edit this question)

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Okay I get the point, however there's still 2011's 13 inch "821-1266" available at Amazon new pieces. For authenticity purpose and perfect fitting, I could still go with the same model right? Or are you saying the model itself is faulty at causing CPU overrunning and blasting 100 degree celsius for long time?

Let me tell you my problem, I personally use the same mbp and have replaced hdd to ssd, 16 gigs of 1600 mhz ram and applied arctic mx4 freshly. Now I find little improvement in cooling and very good improvement in performance due to the huge upgrade. But however when I use cinebench or other cpu hungry process, the CPU hits 98-100 celsius with fans going beserk. But when it's idle, the CPU sits at 45-49 celsius. I can understand this could be accessing the SSD through the faulty cable. but even when I go to the Apple hardware test, the fans still scream during memory test.

So, is it really the cable end of the day?

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