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Windows 7: Laptop CPU above 88 C but under 50% load? Concerned?

24 Aug 2013   #11

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Keep in mind with my style stand it's adjustable but has no fans, all it does is prop the lappy up and leave the lappy's intake open to draw room air in freely. As I mentioned just put some non-skip under the bottom front of your lappy and prop the back up on a box and read your new temps and that's what your going to get ! Clean simple and really there is no silver bullet here as the ambient in the room is what it is but air flow you can control some.

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