Sony Vaio SCVT13126CN heating problem

I live in a country which is quite hot in the summers. The room temperature sours to 35 C to 38 C.
I donwloaded RealTemp and it shows the temperature as core1: 83 and core2: 85. However, my laptop stays on.
When i start my laptop the temperature is 50 C

I brought Deep Cool Multicore X8 Laptop Cooling Pad, however, i found that it just blows hot air at the bottom of the laptop. This heats up the keyboard too.

Q1. Can this overheat damage my laptop internals like motherboard, processor etc..
Q2. Should i use Deep Cool Multicore X8 Cooling Pad under my laptop?
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arnoldCommented:
Look at the operating ratings for the laptop.  The laptop has shielding where if the heat starts approaching certain levels it will slow down the CPU to counter.

The question to you is how far do you want to go and what you hope to achieve?

Any cooling simply pushes/pulls whatever temperature air you have through a heat sink that cools. A 35 degree hot air is lower than the CPU/core temperature.
 The vent for the CPU/MB is fairly narrow and all cooling packs fit under the laptop.
And pushes room air to provide a higher volume of air to be sucked in by the available cooling.

While it is under, does it make a difference in the core temperatures?
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arnoldCommented:
Operating temperature at the bottom of the tech spec

https://docs.sony.com/release/specs/PCVRX860spec.htm

Your 35 degree is the limit for the operating environment.

See if you have or even want to explore a water cooled setup. I.e. Water is circulated in a closed loop through which the room air will be drawn and then pushed to the environment as a whole or just for the laptop.
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Bill WoodCommented:
The most common symptoms of overheating are running slow and sudden restarts. Don't operate your laptop on carpet, bed or other soft surface. This will block the vents. Dust and animal hair can easily block a laptop's cooling. Make sure the fans are clean. If it is still running hot, you might want to consider a desktop computer. That is easier to cool down than a laptop,
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rindiCommented:
Make sure the laptop's insides are dust free. That improves the air circulation. The cooling pad should help even if the air is warm. As already mentioned, you should compare the CPU temp before using the pad, and after.
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nobusCommented:
Q1. Can this overheat damage my laptop internals like motherboard, processor etc..   yes, they cab cause damage
 Q2. Should i use Deep Cool Multicore X8 Cooling Pad under my laptop?  you should use this, or any other one
keep the air moving in the room, with a fan, and use a air moistener also

also -keep in the shadow when possible

here a comparison of top 10 cooling pads, + info
http://laptop-coolers-review.toptenreviews.com/
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