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iBook heating problem??

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i have an ibook 600mhz dvd (custom config with 20 gig drive and 256 ram)
and..i noticed that when i use it to play games and such for quite some time..it gets hot...and i mean..really hot
to the point where it's uncomfortable to be on my lap
is this normal? or...is this a bad sign?

anyone knows?
And the priest goes to the man and asks, "do you take this lovely ibook as your lawfully wedded computer--to have and to hold, through crashes and upgrades?"
And the man said, "iDo."
And so the...
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And the priest goes to the man and asks, "do you take this lovely ibook as your lawfully wedded computer--to have and to hold, through crashes and upgrades?"
And the man said, "iDo."
And so the...
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Yes the over heating of the iBook is normal. Its the shitty mobo design they used that does not let it cool down enuf.
Now if you had a G4 PB thoes stay nice and cool as the mobo's for there were made different for the heat to be distrubited.
Apple does know about this some people have gotten small burns after leaving it on for a day and picking it up. I hope they do recall them and fix them.
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