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Laptops usually run warmer so it's not uncommon to see temperatures like that. If you do any kind of hardcore gaming or something that requires intensive CPU usage, then yes I would recommend you purchase a cooling pad so tasks can complete. However, if you use it for more common work related tasks, then you should not need to. If a laptop gets too hot, it will generally shut itself off and regulate itself appropriately.
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