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-Well, your CPU can run as hot as 105°C While you're not at this temperature then everything is working as designed. I can't comment on GPU, but at least they can run as hot as CPU's if not even hotter. As pointed above if you want to decrease this temperatures you will need to reapply thermal paste by yourself because the original is not applied as should be. If you don't want to void your warranty then just don't worry about and accept as it is :-) My MBP 13" mid2012 non-retina can easily be hot as 102°C practically within minute. Fans will cool down CPU after another minute to 99°C in average. So if you find your MBP hot I think it's normal or it's design flaw in 2012 series :-(
+Well, your CPU can run as hot as 105°C While you're not at this temperature then everything is working as designed.
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+I can't comment on GPU, but at least they can run as hot as CPU's if not even hotter.
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+As pointed above if you want to decrease this temperatures you will need to reapply thermal paste by yourself because the original is not applied as should be.
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+If you don't want to void your warranty then just don't worry about and accept as it is :-)
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+My MacBook Pro 13" mid 2012 non-retina can easily be hot as 102°C practically within minute. Fans will cool down CPU after another minute to 99°C in average. So if you find your MacBook Pro hot I think it's normal or it's design flaw in 2012 series :-(

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Original post by: skoscelansky ,

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Well, your CPU can run as hot as 105°C While you're not at this temperature then everything is working as designed. I can't comment on GPU, but at least they can run as hot as CPU's if not even hotter. As pointed above if you want to decrease this temperatures you will need to reapply thermal paste by yourself because the original is not applied as should be. If you don't want to void your warranty then just don't worry about and accept as it is :-) My MBP 13" mid2012 non-retina can easily be hot as 102°C practically within minute. Fans will cool down CPU after another minute to 99°C in average. So if you find your MBP hot I think it's normal or it's design flaw in 2012 series :-(

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