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Are my cpu temps ok?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Alright so im here to kinda ask if my cpu temps are okay in load.When i do a fire strike test my graphics 1 and 2 temps are at 60-50c, physics test it goes to 72c and combined 73c-76c. The thing is if they are really hot i can’t remount the cooler or reapply the thermal paste since i don’t know how to and i will have to bring my pc to a repair shop so they do it for me.

Usually when im gaming it stays at 60-65 but in games like gta 5 it could go to 75c

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Those temps are fine


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Temperatures like that won't damage components, while I don't know what specs you're running  or what ambient temperatures are in your area those temperatures could be a little higher than expected but if you're not overclocking and they don't increase over time you're not at risk of anything dying.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
42 minutes ago, The Flying Sloth said:

Temperatures like that won't damage components, you’re not at risk of anything dying

Can any other component break? i thought if the clu is really hot to the point it gets damaged the cpu is the only thing that gets damaged. What hardware can get damage because of the cpu temps?

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1 hour ago, probablydumb said:

Can any other component break? i thought if the clu is really hot to the point it gets damaged the cpu is the only thing that gets damaged. What hardware can get damage because of the cpu temps?

A healthy CPU temperature under full load is below 80c. Assuming your temperature is measured on full load, your CPU temperature is healthy and it won't damage the CPU itself nor any other part.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 hours ago, Azura Lightfeilt said:

nor any other part.

What other part can get damaged because of a unhealthy cpu? I have heard the MOBO but i never heard like a GPU getting fried or something like that

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6 hours ago, probablydumb said:

What other part can get damaged because of a unhealthy cpu? I have heard the MOBO but i never heard like a GPU getting fried or something like that

Usually, only the motherboard is ay stake, but I won't risk the possibility of spreading misinformation by saying it is not possible to damage other components as well. So, I apologize for not having sufficient information to give you a detailed answer. 

 

I have heard of GPU frying, and M.2 slot get damaged by heat. But, it is outside of my knowledge whether or not a sole CPU temps can deliver that kind of damage.

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