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Version actuelle par : Marco Battistella ,

Titre:

Temperatures and Amps on the core & FBDIMM's

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Dear All!

After upgrading my Mac Pro 3,1 with INTEL Quad Xeon 3,2GHz processors, 32Gb of RAM, USB 3 card and an SSD as startup disc, I installed iStat Menu to check whether or not my Mac Pro was doing OK.

So far, a few points I worry about; I hope somebody out there might have a suggestion for me:

- The "AMB IC FBDIMM in Riser A Slot 1 and 2" run at 128 degrees C all the time. Isn't that too much?

- Fans stay below 800rpm almost all the time. They would boost up in case the Mac gets too hot, right?

- CPU A-core draws in about 25Amps, while B draws in about 50Amps. That's way too much, right?

I'm talking about idle mode here - no heavy lifting - although I do realise that the CPU's rarely go below 13% load.

Every help is greatly appreciated.

All the best,

Marco

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Mac Pro First Generation

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Modifié par : Marco Battistella ,

Titre:

Temperatures and Amps on the core & FBDIMM's

Texte:

Dear All!

After upgrading my Mac Pro 3,1 with INTEL Quad Xeon 3,2GHz processors, 32Gb of RAM, USB 3 card and an SSD as startup disc, I installed iStat Menu to check whether or not my Mac Pro was doing OK.

So far, a few points I worry about; I hope somebody out there might have a suggestion for me:

- The "AMB IC FBDIMM in Riser A Slot 1 and 2" run at 128 degrees C all the time. Isn't that too much?

- Fans stay below 800rpm almost all the time. They would boost up in case the Mac gets too hot, right?

- CPU A-core draws in about 25Amps, while B draws in about 50Amps. That's way too much, right?

I'm talking about idle mode here - no heavy lifting - although I do realise that the CPU's rarely go below 13% load.

Every help is greatly appreciated.

All the best,

Marco

Appareil:

Mac Pro First Generation

Statut:

open

Réponse acceptée:

318190

Modifié par : Marco Battistella ,

Titre:

Temperatures and Amps on the core & FBDIMM's

Texte:

Dear All!

After upgrading my Mac Pro 3,1 with INTEL Quad Xeon 3,2GHz processors, 32Gb of RAM, USB 3 card and an SSD as startup disc, I installed iStat Menu to check whether or not my Mac Pro was doing OK.

So far, a few points I worry about; I hope somebody out there might have a suggestion for me:

- The "AMB IC FBDIMM in Riser A Slot 1 and 2" run at 128 degrees C all the time. Isn't that too much?

- Fans stay below 800rpm almost all the time. They would boost up in case the Mac gets too hot, right?

- CPU A-core draws in about 25Amps, while B draws in about 50Amps. That's way too much, right?

I'm talking about idle mode here - no heavy lifting - although I do realise that the CPU's rarely go below 13% load.

Every help is greatly appreciated.

All the best,

Marco

Appareil:

Mac Pro First Generation

Statut:

open

Réponse acceptée:

318190

Modifié par : Marco Battistella ,

Titre:

Temperatures and Amps on the core & FBDIMM's

Texte:

Dear All!

After upgrading my Mac Pro 3,1 with INTEL Quad Xeon 3,2GHz processors, 32Gb of RAM, USB 3 card and an SSD as startup disc, I installed iStat Menu to check whether or not my Mac Pro was doing OK.

So far, a few points I worry about; I hope somebody out there might have a suggestion for me:

- The "AMB IC FBDIMM in Riser A Slot 1 and 2" run at 128 degrees C all the time. Isn't that too much?

- Fans stay below 800rpm almost all the time. They would boost up in case the Mac gets too hot, right?

- CPU A-core draws in about 25Amps, while B draws in about 50Amps. That's way too much, right?

I'm talking about idle mode here - no heavy lifting - although I do realise that the CPU's rarely go below 13% load.

Every help is greatly appreciated.

All the best,

Marco

Appareil:

Mac Pro First Generation

Statut:

open

Réponse acceptée:

318174

Modifié par : Marco Battistella ,

Titre:

Temperatures and Amps on the core & FBDIMM's

Texte:

Dear All!

After upgrading my Mac Pro 3,1 with INTEL Quad Xeon 3,2GHz processors, 32Gb of RAM, USB 3 card and an SSD as startup disc, I installed iStat Menu to check whether or not my Mac Pro was doing OK.

So far, a few points I worry about; I hope somebody out there might have a suggestion for me:

- The "AMB IC FBDIMM in Riser A Slot 1 and 2" run at 128 degrees C all the time. Isn't that too much?

- Fans stay below 800rpm almost all the time. They would boost up in case the Mac gets too hot, right?

- CPU A-core draws in about 25Amps, while B draws in about 50Amps. That's way too much, right?

I'm talking about idle mode here - no heavy lifting - although I do realise that the CPU's rarely go below 13% load.

Every help is greatly appreciated.

All the best,

Marco

Appareil:

Mac Pro First Generation

Statut:

open

Réponse acceptée:

318174

Message d'origine par : Marco Battistella ,

Titre:

Temperatures and Amps on the core & FBDIMM's

Texte:

Dear All!

After upgrading my Mac Pro 3,1 with INTEL Quad Xeon 3,2GHz processors, 32Gb of RAM, USB 3 card and an SSD as startup disc, I installed iStat Menu to check whether or not my Mac Pro was doing OK.

So far, a few points I worry about; I hope somebody out there might have a suggestion for me:

- The "AMB IC FBDIMM in Riser A Slot 1 and 2" run at 128 degrees C all the time. Isn't that too much?

- Fans stay below 800rpm almost all the time. They would boost up in case the Mac gets too hot, right?

- CPU A-core draws in about 25Amps, while B draws in about 50Amps. That's way too much, right?

I'm talking about idle mode here - no heavy lifting - although I do realise that the CPU's rarely go below 13% load.

Every help is greatly appreciated.

All the best,

Marco

Appareil:

Mac Pro First Generation

Statut:

open