Most of the heat is located towards the rear of the notebook, where the actual hardware is underneath the keyboard. The notebook gets warm, but not enough to make things uncomfortable.
The unit does get loud when doing something that utilizes the CPU 100%, such as encoding a 4K video, but during normal use, the fans keep things cool and quiet. I would say Lenovo's cooling solution is done correctly.
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