I am a bit concerned that my Laptop CPU could be under pressure by running at temperatures that are too high, and consistently for too long.
1. See my system specs for system details.
2. Snips taken from screen-shots courtesy of Piriform Ltd - 'Speccy'
Because I don't believe in it and don't use air-conditioning, the laptop is constantly being used in room temperatures that can vary from 22° to 34° Celsius [72° to 93° Fahrenheit], and in humidity that can range from 75%, right through to 98%. I do have free and open space under the laptop, and a desktop fan is constantly directing a good blast of air at the laptop position.
Screen-snips from 'Speccy':
Laptop CPU temperatures when it is basically at idle look like this;
.....and with a couple of websites up and a bit of software running, the CPU temperatures looks like this;
Keeping the Laptop free from dust and dirt:
I'm aware that dust and dirt can play havoc with Laptop internal fan efficiency, and am constantly cleaning all the vents using a small hand-held battery-driven vacuum cleaner, and can't do much more than that.
Blasting the dust using cans of compressed air - for a Laptop; Yes or No:
Or can I use the cans???..... Are the compressed air cleaners in a can available at most computer and tech shops, of any use in cleaning Laptops? I am a bit wary of them, knowing that some have been known to introduce moisture into the units, during use as cleaners. Besides, I am none too keen in using something that could be blowing dust etc., further into the body of a Laptop. But are there any alternatives, other than removing the back and cleaning the fan that way??
So, do my temperatures look anything out of the ordinary, and which is the best method in keeping the Laptop free from dust and dirt?