MBP cooler with 10.4.8?

I've noticed that my MBP seems to run fairly cool even when closed now
Rexx Magnus wrote on :
I've noticed that my MBP seems to run fairly cool even when closed now (compared to the egg-frying temperature from before). Has anyone else noticed this?
Ian McCall replied on :

On 2006-10-10 11:01:05 +0100, Rexx Magnus trashcan@redacted.invalid said:

I've noticed that my MBP seems to run fairly cool even when closed now (compared to the egg-frying temperature from before). Has anyone else noticed this?

grrr....

Mine's currently in Arnhem. I'll let you know when it gets here.

Cheers, Ian

roger.valentine replied on :

Rexx Magnus wrote:

I've noticed that my MBP seems to run fairly cool even when closed now (compared to the egg-frying temperature from before). Has anyone else noticed this?

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Yes, without question

The fan noise was annoying the hell out of me (as well as the heat! I couldn't hear myself think)

After the 10.4.8 update, the MPB runs cooler. I thought it was just coincidence though. A very welcome (and overdue) update

Sarah Brown replied on :

In article 1160475798.603745.219950@redacted.invalid, roger.valentine@redacted.invalid wrote:

Rexx Magnus wrote:

I've noticed that my MBP seems to run fairly cool even when closed now (compared to the egg-frying temperature from before). Has anyone else noticed this?

Yes, without question

Mine still fries eggs.

How does one run an MBP closed? Mine sleeps when I shut the lid.

roger.valentine replied on :

Sarah Brown wrote:

In article 1160475798.603745.219950@redacted.invalid, roger.valentine@redacted.invalid wrote:

Rexx Magnus wrote:

I've noticed that my MBP seems to run fairly cool even when closed now (compared to the egg-frying temperature from before). Has anyone else noticed this?

Yes, without question

Mine still fries eggs.

How does one run an MBP closed? Mine sleeps when I shut the lid.

I suppose if there is no external monitor hooked up (DVI) then it presumes you want it to sleep.

Bob Wardrope replied on :

Sarah Brown wrote: ,snip>

How does one run an MBP closed? Mine sleeps when I shut the lid.

To activate this feature, put the computer to sleep by closing the lid and wake it through an external keyboard[1], while attached to an external monitor.

Bob W

[1] from the 17" MBP manual

Rexx Magnus replied on :

On Tue, 10 Oct 2006 11:53:24 GMT, Sarah Brown wrote:

Mine still fries eggs.

How does one run an MBP closed? Mine sleeps when I shut the lid.

Mine had the logic board replaced when the latest revision came out (and the exchange was announced here) - it ran much quieter, but you still knew when both cores were on, but it was still very hot until this update came out.

Frédérique & Her vé Sainct replied on :

Rexx Magnus trashcan@redacted.invalid wrote:

I've noticed that my MBP seems to run fairly cool even when closed now (compared to the egg-frying temperature from before). Has anyone else noticed this?

me too. I wondered wether the "energy saver" setup would have been silently changed by the update, but that's not the case. With so less heat dissipated the autonomy cannot but increase further!

Herv