Re: Laptop heat question.
This might not help you, i think in my opinion it should be ok. Laptops are designed to withstand higher temperatures due to their compact design. Most the time, if a laptop gets too hot you will know right away because you can actually feel it on the keyboard and base, and will eventually shut itself down before it starts to take damage from the heat. If your worried about it, just but a laptop cooler that has fans on it, that should pull out the heat coming from your processor and ram. Not sure about the min and max temperature for this notebook, company says 41 to 95 F, which doesn't make sense unless they meant Celsius, my experience with processors, at least dual cores their thresholds are from 60C to 70C range before they begin to fail, but who knows.
Hope i was of some assistance for you
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