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73c when encoding video

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Well thats the temp. it stays at when encoding videos it takes 30min to 1 hour to do it so thats up to 1 hour at 73c is this to hot and could it damage it? I can swith the laptop to low power which make the cpu run at 750mhz insted of 2200mhz and the temp will drop to 60c but it will take forever to encode.
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That is not too hot for CPU. If it seems hotter than in the past you might want to clean the inside of dust. The CPU is rated up to 100c and will downclock or shutdown prior to damage.
    
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