I have a tx2510us tablet with a ZM-80 (2.1Ghz) CPU and every time I do anything CPU intensive for more than 5 minutes or so, the load temp gets to 97-101C and will start thermal throttling itself. Is this normal for these tablets? I've heard of others' tablets doing this, but it makes games unplayable when the FPS suddenly plummets after a few minutes and is annoying when trying to encode video causes 100% CPU usage. I understand that these run hot and loud, but wouldn't a CPU getting so hot that it halves its clock be abnormal operation enough that HP would repair or replace since we aren't getting the processing power we paid for? I'm sure I could lap the heatsink, replace the thermal compound and pads, undervolt, etc., but I'm still in warranty and don't see it as our responsibility to fix HP's mistakes. Anybody have any luck RMAing to HP because of this?