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Have you opened your case and cleaned out the dust from your case? Excessive dust in a case building up from long periods of not being maintained can cause heat. I would open my case and see if it has alot of dust around the area were the heat sink and fan were the cpu is located and clean it out with a compressed air can. Just make sure if your touching parts inside the case to be touching something metal like the outside of the case to avoid a static discharge to your components. Or you can wear a static wrist band and do it like that but I just keep one hand touching the case while the other one is cleaning the case to avoid a static discharge.I recommend doing this with the plug to the power removed though to avoid getting shocked.
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