The CPU temp at idle is usually anywhere around 60-75 degrees C. Which in itself seems a little high, however with a little more strain on the system (primarily graphics), the temperatures soar.
This evening for example I played a few rounds of Halo (easily within the capabilities of the laptop) and after around 40 minutes I was starting to sweat from the heat being put out by the laptop. I checked SpeedFan to find, in my horror, that the laptop was running at 101 degrees C !!!!
Is there anything I can do to fix this? I plan to buy a cooling tray but surely the laptop should perform under such little effort at a sensible and safe temperature?? Even using basic applications like Adobe Photoshop it starts to get pretty hot.
The laptop is less than a year old and temperatures were recorded when the laptop was being used on a desk/table.
Edited by tiroshii, 11 July 2010 - 06:19 PM.