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I recently received my laptop and an extra gig of Kingston for it, and I noticed that there's a warm spot on the right side of the pad below the numpad, and that rather warm air blows out every now and then, so I opened up the back of the laptop, and found that the cpu is being cooled by a "block" with a copper pipe running to a fan where the warm air is being blown out. Note: I'm not doing hardly anything at all on this laptop.

I then ran speedfan and motherboard monitor, along with pcwizard (pics below) and saw the following:



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Are these normal temps? Seeing temps going above 50c kinda makes me a little uneasy, and I was hoping to play at least css on low settings. I have a laptop cooler with 2 fans, but I dunno...any ideas/suggestions?
 

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Originally Posted by calvin924597 View Post
Laptop processors are often certified for 100C plus, so those temps are fine.
Ok, thanks for the verification...I went on ahead and ran css, and noticed only about 3c increase, which I was a little relieved of.
 
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