Hi, I have a question concerning temperature. I use my laptop, a ThinkPad T460S, on a daily basis, mostly for basic statistical analyses. During work, I barely ever hear the laptop fan. However, when I play League of Legends (an online multiplayer game with 3D graphics), the fan gets very loud and the laptop gets hot. Since "hot" is not so specific, I measured the temperature in normal mode, using the freeware tool CPUID HWMonitor. I don't want to measure it in gaming mode as I want to hear your opinions first. Basically I want to ensure that playing doesn't destroy my laptop over time: It's my bread and butter for work and I don't have the cash currently to buy an extra gaming system. In normal mode (this means: I have Opera open with >10 tabs, I have MS Excel open, and the Windows Task Manager shows me that CPU is in use at 11% and Memory 26% and Disk 2%), I get the stats which I attached in these screenshots (https://ibb.co/mviEMa , https://ibb.co/jLVTga). The room the laptop is in is at what most people would consider normal room temperature. However, I cannot interpret this info simply due to a lack of technical knowledge on this subject. This is why I write here, since I'm hoping somebody on this board can answer me this: what is lenovo 20fas54d00? what is samsung mzk....? aren't these temperatures super high for the basic usage I just mentioned? what is the max. temperature at which the laptop can operate for hours in a row, without the laptop being damaged in the long run? Thanks lots in advance for sharing your expertise!