One of the most common questions any computer manufacturer receives from customers is "Why does my notebook computer generate so much heat?"
Heat is a normal by-product of computer operation. Depending on the model of a particular computer, heat output can vary. For instance, a high performance computer generates considerably more heat than a lower performance computer. This is normal.
Under typical operating conditions, heat output from your computer should not be a cause for concern. In fact, heat output is generally a sign that the computer is operating as safely and as efficiently as possible. If the computer cannot disburse its heat, it may overheat and develop problems.
It is normal for a high performance computer to feel warm to the touch due to the high-performance processor and graphics capabilities. For instance, the HP ENVY computers are designed with multiple high-performance processors, advanced graphics, and a durable magnesium chassis. This durable form factor transfers heat more efficiently.