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Old 07-30-2020, 12:15 PM
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I added the SSD SuperDuper backup to the spotlight privacy section as you suggested and it still hit 100C but perhaps the temperature stayed 2-3C lower on average over longer periods. That's an impression rather than a scientific evaluation though.

The curious part was when I tried SuperDuper on two non SSD external drives and the temperature there barely rose above 50C when copying 100 gigs of changes earlier, so much like the old Mac Pro.

The high CPU temperatures occur when copying the OS from the built in NVME drive to an external SSD over a 10 Gb/s connection. Apple seem to be fairly relaxed about the high CPU temperatures on the i7 mini, so hopefully it is all within tolerance.
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