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my cpu temp:
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This is a little warm for idle, but not unusual for that CPU, and often occurs on laptops. Of more concern are your temperatures under load.
You can reduce heat generation quite considerably by reducing voltage, but it's not something you should try if you don't know much about it.
Make sure your heatsink is clean ( not choked ), seated correctly, your fan is running properly, and you have good airflow through your casing.
I have a vague recollection that the thermal limit for that CPU is about 100°C. But I might be mistaken, I have not had much to do with AMD CPU's lately.