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That is a valid point and hopefully that is whats happening, I read in other forums where Blizz is telling the people of the forums that they're looking into the issues and problems; thats where I based my assumption that we were not getting the attention that we currently need. However, hopefully you are right.
But that's the only thing i'd complain about to devs, is poor cpu/gpu usage. Not heat issues. Heat issues are apple issues. If your computer overheats, it's because you haven't cleaned it out recently or something is wrong with your cooling measures or apples cooling design. apple should be contacted if it's a design or defect issue.
now Macbook's, another story. Apple designs them so poorly that they do overheat under max load for prolonged period of time for some models, from ANY program. is that programs fault though? no. that's apples.
Actually, this bug is present in the beta, and has been for a long while.
I complained about it on the Mac Beta Support forums to no avail, aside from Omegal telling me my computer sucked. I admit that I didn't really look at/report precisely the ridiculous CPU usage, but I did say that my activity monitor was 'a solid wall of green'.
08/30/2012 12:39 PMPosted by TeabobagginsIn any case, it's been 48 hours now for presumably almost nobody on any MAC to really be able to play and with no further "official" update
I installed the new SMCFanControl for Mountain Lion, cranked the fans to max, and CPU temps are now hovering around 175ºF.
Not great, but I'm not panicking about frying the CPU anymore.
Is it safe to crank up SMCFanControl to max setting?
Actually, this bug is present in the beta, and has been for a long while.I complained about it on the Mac Beta Support forums to no avail, aside from Omegal telling me my computer sucked.
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