how hot can my cpu get

What is a dangerous temperature for my CPU?

CPU danger temperature is around 75-85C (check the CPU’s tech specs) GPU danger temperature is around 90-95C. HDD danger temperature is around 60-65C. Threshold temperatures are also pretty standard once again due to the reasons specified under the danger zone temperatures.

What’s the best temperature for your CPU?

Best CPU temperatures. At idle, you should expect to see temperatures between 35 and 50°C (95-122F), and when playing games or running any apps which put a high load on the CPU, you should expect them to rise to 60-85°C (140-185F).

What temp is too hot for CPU?

The lifespan of CPU varies with the change of CPU temperature which is as under:

  • 40°C (104℉) or below is heaven for every CPU.
  • At 50°C (122℉) is a not bad temperature for any CPU.
  • CPU starts getting damaged in its lifetime at 60°C (140℉).
  • A CPU running at 70°C (158℉) during 24 hours and 7 days a week, will probably last 2-6 years.
  • A chip running at 80°C (176℉) during 24 hours and 7 days a week, will probably last 1-3 years.

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What is the maximum temperature for a CPU?

Your CPU should be at a range of 30 to 50 degrees Celsius. If your temperatures are above 80 degrees Celsius, your computer is getting too hot and could be overheating. Most AMD processors have a maximum temperature of 60 degrees Celcius. Most Intel processors use lower voltage, so their maximum temperature is around 75 to 80 degrees Celsius.

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