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Is this a normal fan speed and CPU temperature for an idle MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015). The fact that fan 2 is not spinning worries me. I can get 'loaded' fan speeds and temps if that would be helpful.

--- CPU Stats ---

CPU temp: 52.38°C

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--- Main Fan Stats ---

Total fans in system: 2

Fan 0 speed: 2154.0 RPM

Fan 1 speed: 0.0 RPM

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--- Other Temp Stats ---

  • TaSP Unknown 30.0°C
  • Ta0P Unknown 30.13°C
  • Th1H NB/CPU/GPU HeatPipe 1 Proximity 37.5°C
  • Th2H Unknown 38.13°C
  • Ts0P Palm rest L 26.0°C
  • Ts0S Memory Bank Proximity 32.5°C
  • Ts1P Unknown 24.63°C
  • Ts1S Unknown 32.78°C
  • TBXT Unknown 27.19°C
  • TB0T Battery TS_MAX 27.19°C
  • TB1T Battery 1 27.19°C
  • TB2T Battery 2 27.19°C
  • TCGC PECI GPU 56.0°C
  • TCSA PECI SA 61.0°C
  • TCTD Unknown -0.42°C
  • TCXC PECI CPU 68.06°C
  • TCXP Unknown 68.06°C
  • TC0E CPU 0 ?? 66.97°C
  • TC0F CPU 0 ?? 68.75°C
  • TC0P CPU 0 Proximity 47.0°C
  • TC1f Unknown 70.72°C
  • TC1C Core 1 67.0°C
  • TC1F Unknown 70.72°C
  • TC2C Core 2 62.0°C
  • TC3C Core 3 62.0°C
  • TC4C Core 4 58.0°C
  • TG0D GPU 0 Die 35.0°C
  • TG0F Unknown 35.0°C
  • TG0P GPU 0 Proximity 45.0°C
  • TG1D GPU 1 Die -127.0°C
  • TH0a Unknown 32.25°C
  • TH0b Unknown 31.25°C
  • TH0c Unknown 30.25°C
  • TH0x Unknown -127.0°C
  • TH0A Unknown 32.25°C
  • TH0B Unknown 31.25°C
  • TH0C Unknown 30.25°C
  • TH0F Unknown -53.75°C
  • TH0R Unknown -53.75°C
  • TH0V Unknown 31.08°C
  • TM0P Memory Slot Proximity 40.25°C
  • TM0S Memory Slot 1 37.64°C
  • TPCD Platform Controller Hub Die 44.0°C
  • TP0P Unknown 40.13°C
  • TW0P AirPort Proximity 36.31°C

UPDATE

I sent the mac off to be fixed and it turned out to be something stuck in the right fan causing it to not move! Looking at my fan speeds now: left: 3000rpm right: 2800rpm (seems consistently slower so maybe slightly damaged :L)

CPU temp is now idle at: 48°C ish

Long story short if one of your fan's is around zero then its got stuck or has broken!

The temperatures that are shown on your display are a touch on the high side but not alarmingly so. There could be a number of factors involved,such as ambient temperature, air circulation, the type and number of applications in use.

What does bother me is the 108°c temperature you report while playing a game. That would prompt me to have that MBP checked out at an Apple store genius bar. The evaluation will be FREE.

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So, I sent the mac off to be fixed and it turned out to be something stuck in the right fan causing it to not move! Looking at my fan speeds now: left: 3000rpm right: 2800rpm (seems consistently slower so maybe slightly damaged :L)

CPU temp is now idle at: 48°C ish

Long story short if one of your fan's is around zero then its got stuck or has broken!

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