I don't think so; those laptops don't have Nvidia chipsets. It seems something is quirky with the cooling though. Have you tried updating the BIOS from their website? Or checking in the BIOS to see if there are any fan settings you can change?
This CPU is one of the ones that's supposed to last long on battery, not draw much power, run really cool... you get the idea. Not exactly an extremely fast gamer CPU that runs at high speeds and gets really hot. I'd keep hassling them until they fix it or give you a new laptop. I know people who've had this model and it hasn't overheated, so something makes me think that there is something wrong with a part of your machine...
Check Task Manager, by hitting Ctrl, Alt, Delete. What is your CPU usage like? If there is a program running in the background, maybe Folding@Home or something using up a lot of CPU processing power, that can make the chip pretty warm... would you mind checking that and letting us know what all is running in the background?
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Raidmax RX-500AFCheck it out.