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Hi 6String:

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Right now I sit here with my Mac on my lap, while typing this, and yes it is nice and toasty warm, and when I am done, it's going back onto the table (which won't be long).
Be careful with that machine on your lap. You wouldn't want to stunt any future production of your family.

And yes you're correct. While under voltage won't harm components, it can certainly make them unstable. We used to do that with the 9 track tape drives on an IBM mainframe. Drove the shift supervisor crazy until he finally figured out what we did. No, I didn't get fired.

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