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Well as long as it is working OK, it is probably simply heat transfer from the PSU, I have noticed that laptops these days get really hot... This heat bleeds out via any metal parts. Plus when there is a large current draw, as in laptops, they can draw up to 4 Amps +, well, that alone causes power fittings to get hot. As related as long as all is good, then you are most likely OK. As an aside here there are lots of good after-market laptop "Coolers" that the laptop sits on, and internal fans help cool the laptop. These are great and must prolong the life of the laptop. You see in electronics TOO MUCH heat is definitely the "Enemy".
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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