If theres room...However usually when a amp overheats its a sign of it being over worked. Either your wiring is insufficent causing a voltage drop, and forcing the unit to compinsate for it increasing the reistance inside the unit.
Anyways if dont want to change any of that I suggest Moving it to where there is more ventilation is it isnt alread...and just installing a exteral PC fan around it. You can make it look nice by using the Led pc fans you can get now.
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You need a Volt Meter and an Ohm Meter. P = VI & I = V/r, so Power = (Volt^2)/Ohms .
You can get the ohms by hooking them up to the subwoofer input wires, and you get the volts by hooking up to the amp output terminals/wires. Although, amps will put out different voltages for different frequences, this should give you ballpark estimates.
The best thing to do is to get a amp that is more watts than your subs, not the other way around, speakers are known to handel a lil more power but amps cant produce more power than they are capable of... your ground wire should be thick also, say 6 to 8 mm or so, and its best to put in a cap and an equalizer. Cheers