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There are a lot of variables that affect how warm/hot your machine gets..things like ambient temperature, load on the system and so on..

Grab something like iStat nano, a Dashboard Widget by iSlayer for free and check on the temps and report back what you see and we can tell you if your definition of "warm" is OK or not..

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