It is a Lenovo ThinkCentre M57.
So why is it running so hot?
When I play certain games, it will reach up into the high 90's (seen it at 98 degree celcius before). I've watched it while playing Modern Warfare 2 and it only reached into the 70's and only once has it made my monitors go black and had to force restart.
Number of Logical Processors 2 Number of Physical Processors 1 CPU #1 Intel Core 2 Duo E6550 CPU Name Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E6550 @ 2.33GHz CPU Code Name Conroe Vendor GenuineIntel Number of Bits 64 Instruction Set MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, ET64, XD, VMX, SMX, EST Platform Name Socket 775 LGA Revision G0 Technology 65 nm Original Clock 2333 MHz Original System Clock 333 MHz Original Multiplier 7.0 CPU Clock 2329 MHz System Clock 332.5 MHz FSB 1329.9 MHz Number of Cores 2 Core #1 Speed 1994.9 MHz Multiplier 6.0 Core #2 Speed 1994.9 MHz Multiplier 6.0 Virtual Technology Supported Yes Hyper Threading Supported No Cache L1 Data Cache 2 x 32 KBytes L1 Instructions Cache 2 x 32 KBytes L2 Cache 4096 KBytes
I did nothing to overclock anything, as you can't with IBM/Lenovo etc.
It is in a small case BUT I do have the case opened up with a big box fan blowing down into it on high (yes it is noisy). but still gets very hot.
Here are some pics I took (SpeedFan) of different modes.
AFTER OPENING FIREFOX:
PLAYING ANY GAME: