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It seems that there are quite a few thermal sensor inside the Macbook Pro TB0T Battery TS_MAX Temp TB1T Battery TS1 Temp TB2T Battery TS2 Temp TB3T Battery Temp TC0D CPU 0 Die Temp TC0P CPU 0 Proximity Temp TG0D GPU Die - Digital TG0P GPU 0 Proximity Temp TG0T GPU 0 Die - Analog Temp TG0H Left Heat Pipe/Fin Stack Proximity Temp TG1H Left Heat Pipe/Fin Stack Proximity Temp TN0P MCP Proximity TN0D MCP Digital Th2H Right Fin Stack Proximity...
Problem solved! I read somewhere that the "palm rest" temp sensor was actually part of the top case (the keyboard) so when I opened the Macbook Pro few minutes ago I make sure that all connectors in the topcase were firmly settled and I also make sure that the top case ribbon was properly settled in the logic board. When I restarted it, it worked perfectly, fans are running low 1900rpm like they used to do!!.
Hi, According to Apple Hardware Test my Ts0P (Palm Rest Temp) sensor can't be read (see http://forums.appleinsider.com/showthread.php?t=113945). Does anybody know where is that temperature sensor located? The ifixit guides for my Macbook Pro A1260 mode (http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Device/M...1260)don't mention any Palm Rest temperature sensor. I guess that is not part of the Left Thermal Sensor (http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Repair/I...-Sensor/1323/1) as it...
Well it was actually a temperature sensor... I ran the Apple Hardware Tool (by pressing D while restarting with my original Leopard Install DVD 1 inserted in a external USB Dvd unit) and I got 4SNS/1/4000000: Ts0P - 128.000 After a bit of investigation [2] I found that Ts0P is is the "Palm Rest Temp" sensor. I wonder if the palm rest sensor was actually integrated into the superdrive that I just removed from the system. -128.000 seems to mean "Temperature...
In the case of the Macbook pro it seems that there is no external hard disk temperature sensor. I will try to remove the Optibay and see what happens. Now that you mention the temperature sensor, that make me wonder... 6 months ago I replaced the original hdd that came with my mac with a 250GB Crucial M225 SSD with has no internal temperature sensor (temp cannot be read with S.M.A.R.T) and then fans were running like I said < 3000 rpms The drive that I added in the MCE...
I just installed a MCE OptiBay with a Western Digital 500GB Blue Scorpio (WD5000BEVT) drive into my Macbook Pro (early 2008 A1260 MacbookPro4,1) and now the fans run full speed (6000 ~ rpm) all the time. The CPU load and temp is low and so it is the both HD drives temp but the fans still run top speed. IStat reports the following temps HD: WD5000BEVT 37C CPU 57C enclosure base 34C GPU diode : 64C GPU heatsink: 51C Heatsingk A: 51C Heatsink B: 42C Before...
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