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Laptops tend to overheat when air flow is not good. To prevent it from overheating make sure you have the fans cleaned, there are plenty of tutorials out there on how to do it, or just go to your local shop and ask them to do it. if all else fails you may need to acquire a fan base, they are pretty cheap and can make a huge difference!

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