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yousuf-bilal1 - If you look at your numbers you'll see the CPU & GPU temps are very close to the CPU PECI & GPU PECI temps, yet the heatsink proximity is about 20 degrees cooler.
 
I can't say for sure the heat sink is bad just looking at these numbers but its clear the transmission of the heat is not as effective as it should be. I would start off making sure the fans and fin area are clean of dust build up and if you are up to it you might as well swap out the heatsink. Do make sure to clean off the old thermal paste and use a good paste to replace it. I personally like [product|IF179-010|ArcticSilver].
 
If you have TG Pro running here take a snapshot of the main screen showing not only the current temps but the high-water markings. I find that a bit more useful than the straight numbers.
 
As a reference here's my 2011 MacBook Pro's view:
[image|1132075]
 
I have a few Safari windows open, Pages & Mail running at the time I took this.

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yousuf-bilal1 - If you look at your numbers you'll see the CPU & GPU temps are very close to the CPU PECI & GPU PECI temps, yet the heatsink proximity is about 20 degrees cooler.
 
I can't say for sure the heat sink is bad just looking at these numbers but its clear the transmission of the heat is not as effective as it should be. I would start off making sure the fans and fin area are clean of dust build up and if you are up to it you might as well swap out the heatsink. Do make sure to clean off the old thermal paste and use a good paste to replace it. I personally like [product|IF179-010|ArcticSilver].
 
If you have TG Pro running here take a snapshot of the main screen showing not only the current temps but the high-water markings. I find that a bit more useful than the straight numbers.
 
As a reference here's my 2011 MacBook Pro's view:
[image|1132075]

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Dan ,

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yousuf-bilal1 - If you look at your numbers you'll see the CPU & GPU temps are very close to the CPU PECI & GPU PECI temps, yet the heatsink proximity is about 20 degrees cooler.

I can't say for sure the heat sink is bad just looking at these numbers but its clear the transmission of the heat is not as effective as it should be. I would start off making sure the fans and fin area are clean of dust build up and if you are up to it you might as well swap out the heatsink. Do make sure to clean off the old thermal paste and use a good paste to replace it. I personally like [product|IF179-010|ArcticSilver].

If you have TG Pro running here take a snapshot of the main screen showing not only the current temps but the high-water markings. I find that a bit more useful than the straight numbers.

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