Originally Posted by Clarence
Consider the surface you are resting your laptop on... Make sure there is proper airflow between the surface of the laptop. Also, make sure that the fan itself is spinning - you need to observe this carefully!
If the problem persist i recommend a technician.
On a desk, with one of those laptop cooling pads, I hit 94c. Fan is spinning, but the heat coming out the exhaust vent is quite warm.
I vacuumed out the fan and shot some compressed air to loosen up any dust.
I believe it's my GPU that's the problem. The CPU is only hitting ~75c max, but the GPU is reaching upper 90's.