yeah, and i have this nvidia gtx 480m in a 15" gx640 laptop...
no, but seriously. I wouldnt think anyone with a car computer should have anything but integrated intel graphics? that will stay cool.
Its all about airflow though.
Oh, 69c max is not bad. I know it sounds high.
If you run a program like ORTHOS prime stress test or superpi then you should know how easily running programs on you PC will make it overheat.
Mostly over 85c is whats considered to be damaging. A good PC will idle under 40c and then not reach 80c while gaming/engineering/rendering 3d pixar epics or what have you.
Wait a minute, what are you doing with a 3ghz core 2 duo in a car in the first place? apparently I have much to learn.
Once again I will bring up the extreme heat differences of laptop vs desktop core 2 series CPUs.
I have an overclocked 3+ ghz quad core laptop CPU. Its only 45w TDP, well under 65w of slower, 2 core desktop CPU!
and the P series... is 25w! you could practically cool that with a desktop ACPI heatsink!
Anway rant over. there is software that will probably be more helpful, such as RMclock. a little undervolting goes a long way.