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You don't want to overclock a laptop.

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Well, on my Acer Aspire 7551G, which I have from 6 months, the processor (AMD Phenom II x3 N830) gets to 100C, motherboard to 96C and video card (Mobility Radeon 5650) to 84C when using Prime95.
When playing GTA IV with medium settings the processor gets to 94C, the motherboard to 87C and video card to 85C.
I'm not using some laptop cooling stand, maybe I should, but I'm trying to stress it while it's still under warranty
Also, overclockers.net give some close temperatures, 91C for the processor and 88C for the motherboard: http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-...k.33227.0.html
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