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In regard to your question, if the temperatures are below 100°C then the processor is working fine, as long as the laptop is not throttling, freezing or going off by itself you do not need to worry about the temperature.
Also, there are no known issues of Kaby Lake processors having a temperature problem with Windows® 10.
However in this case since you are using a laptop you can always get in contact with the manufacturer of it to confirm the information above.
Also, we do have a tool to test the temperature of the processor, it was build to be used on desktop boards but you can always run it on your laptop to verify the report:
Any further questions, please let me know.
Thank you for the answer. I'm relieved to hear that. I've already run the IPTD but I don't know whether it is a reliable test. When my CPU reached its highest temp it said '' 49 C below max temp'' if my memory serves well.
Thank you very much for letting us know that information.
Yes, perfect, that is really good, to get '' 49 C below max temp'' means the processor is not overheating, it is a very reliable test.
Any questions, please let me know.