Thunderbird 1.33 GHz Temps

What should be the limit for this cpu... it is on a friend's mother's computer, and this thing runs hot... I am using a stock heatsink/fan from a 2400+ I bought a few years back, but in a very warm room, this cpu is running at 47c... it is not overclocked...

<font color=red><b>NF7-S/Mobile Barton 2600+
211x11.5 1.824v SLK900A
1GB Corsair XMS PC3200
Sapphire 9500np@9700np</font color=red><font color=black>
NF7-S/Barton 2500+
200x11.5 1.76v
512MB XMS PC2700
XFX Ti4200
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  1. No need to worry about this temp

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  2. My 1.4 T-Bird consistently runs between 45-50 C. No problems with those temps.

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  3. Ditto with my T-Bird 1300. Always around 45C idle.

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