Oh. Maybe it's just my computer...
As for the temperatures, I'm using a laptop. Laptop CPUs are built to handle much higher temperatures than standard desktop CPUs. My CPU (Intel Core i7-2630QM) has a Tj. Max of 100°C (http://tinyurl.com/i7-2630qm
), so it can easily handle those temperatures. Here's what it says on ComputerHope.com:
"The majority of today's desktop processors should not exceed temperatures of 95°C and most will run between 70-90°C."
And that's for desktops. Laptops are much more heat-stable. I'm also using a cooling pad which helps keep my computer's main fan from being at 100% all of the time, preventing it from burning out. I also configured Core Temp to hibernate my computer if any of the cores' temperatures get within 5°C of the Tj. Max. Plus it's under warranty, so if for any reason it does
overheat to the point of breaking (which I'm not worried about because I backup the data on my computer quite frequently), I won't have to be the one paying for it!
The whole thing is so patently infantile, so foreign to reality, that to anyone with a friendly attitude to humanity it is painful to think that the great majority of mortals will never be able to rise above this view of life.