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You can view the whitelist here. Any good apps for monitoring MacBook temperature out there? I'm a big fan of TG Pro, cause it lets you control the fan speed as well as monitor temperatures. Not sure how safe the fan control is, or if it voids warranty or anything, but it's a nice option. Allows you to read the temperature and control fan speed which you should imo, normal fan curve for macs is shit , and display it in the taskbar. I for example have set mine to start ramping up at 50 Celsius to a max speed at 85 Celsius.
Real Temp - CPU temperature monitoring
Now I rarely hear the fan, and the CPU stays much cooler as well. I doubt it.
Not really. VLC is great for media. Regarding browsers; in my experience Chrome is much faster, but Safari is smoother and more optimized. Ah ok. Best is to try out some settings.
Monitor System Stats, CPU Temp, Fan Speed in Mac Notification Center
I ended up on 50C to 85C. Either way, you should probably look into that.
The download comes in a ZIP archive, which you can unarchive simply by opening it. Drag the application icon to your Applications folder, then fire it up.
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The CPU will pretty much always be the warmest thing on your Mac, and the most important temperature to check—but it can be interesting to check the other sensors. The minimum, current, and maximum speed are shown in that order. The same goes if you see a low CPU temperature—say, around 45—and the fans are running at full speed.
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Turn the fan up and see if you can hear anything. If not, your fan has some issues. I really do not recommend disabling the automatic fan control: leaving your fans on constantly will wear them out and waste energy, and leaving them off will overheat your Mac over time.
Think your fan might be broken? The first thing you should do is launch Apple Diagnostics, one of the hidden startup options on your Mac. Your Mac will test your hardware, and let you know if your fan is broken. If you have a broken fan, you need to replace it.