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If you have the space, open the laptop 60 degrees, then turn it so the side. Put it on something soft to prevent scratches. I've used this setup in the past with my old Macbook which could heat up to 90 degrees celsius. See this ice pack tip as well!
What does (R) and (TM) mean in Intel brand name? The same as when it appears in any other brand name or publication. (R) or ® stands for Registered Trademark: The registered trademark symbol (®) is a symbol that provides notice that the preceding word or symbol is a trademark or service mark that has been registered with a national trademark office. A ...
(TM) or ™ is for trademarks that are not necessarily registered with a trademark office, the US Patent and Trademark Office in the USA. It means the company believes they have a right to that trademark, even though it's not officially registered. (R) or ® is for trademarks that are registered.
I have the same board, cpu and bios version and the same insane 80+ core temps. To get much lower temps, try changing the CPU core/cache voltage from Auto to Adaptive and leave the new optios on Auto. For some reason the default Auto CPU voltage setting feeds a lot of voltage. Using adaptive mode the max voltage was 1.2V@4.2GHz while keeping the highest ...
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