Re: Major Overheating
You need to immediately grab your nearest vacuum and attempt to suck any dust out of the fan port on the side of the laptop. This is usually one of the number one reasons for overheating on a laptop is that dust accumulates on the fan, causing it to slow, stop, or not transfer enough cool air to the components.
After doing this let us know the result when seated on a desk (not your lap) in terms of temperatures and we can troubleshoot more from there.
Case: Cooler Master Haf X
CPU: AMD Phenom X4 955 Black Edition Deneb
MOBO: Gigabyte 890FXA-UD7 [4X XFire Support, 6GB Sata Connectors, 16GB RAM Support]
VGA: 2 Sapphire Radeon 5850 Toxic Edition Video Cards Xfire'd
HD: 3TB Western Digital Caviar Black
RAM: 8GB Corsair XMS3 DDR3 Ram
PSU: Corsair 850TX Enthusiast Edition
Drives: 1x Sony Optaric Blu-Ray Drive, 1x Lite-on DVD RW Drive
Cooling: Corsair H-70 Water Cooling
ETC: Razer Mamba Mouse, Logitech Z-5500's, 2x HP 27" 2709m Monitors