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First Adobe Flash player is a knowknown heater! get the 64bit Beta version ASAP.
First Adobe Flash player is a knowknown heater! get the 64bit Beta version ASAP.
 
There is some controls you can use to set which GPU to use the internal Intel or the external Nvidia GPU. While I too love the retina display technology it comes with a price. When you use full resolution the external Nvidia GPU is used which does get the system hotter. If you aren't viewing high res images I would switch to the internal GPU using the low resolution mode. Review Apples FAQ [http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5266|Retina display resolution]
 
Beyond that you should speak with Apple as it sounds like something is running wild (process?) your system shouldn't be getting that hot. Using an inferred thermometer measure your system and then go to an Apple Store and measure one of their display units running the same thing (same settings).
 
In any case I would hold off opening your system to redo thermo paste. A brand new system shouldn't require this (this will also void your warranty).
 
The mobile Ivy Bridge has a stepped clock so it runs as a slower clock speed with light tasking across all of the cores then when needed it steps into a higher clock speed and can run in dual core mode Vs quad. This allows the CPU to run cooler when it's not being heavily loaded.

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First Adobe Flash player is a know heater! get the 64bit Beta version ASAP.

There is some controls you can use to set which GPU to use the internal Intel or the external Nvidia GPU. While I too love the retina display technology it comes with a price. When you use full resolution the external Nvidia GPU is used which does get the system hotter. If you aren't viewing high res images I would switch to the internal GPU using the low resolution mode. Review Apples FAQ [http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5266|Retina display resolution]

Beyond that you should speak with Apple as it sounds like something is running wild (process?) your system shouldn't be getting that hot. Using an inferred thermometer measure your system and then go to an Apple Store and measure one of their display units running the same thing (same settings).

In any case I would hold off opening your system to redo thermo paste. A brand new system shouldn't require this (this will also void your warranty).

The mobile Ivy Bridge has a stepped clock so it runs as a slower clock speed with light tasking across all of the cores then when needed it steps into a higher clock speed and can run in dual core mode Vs quad. This allows the CPU to run cooler when it's not being heavily loaded.

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