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Shazbam

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Hey all, I'm a little concerned with my CPU temp. When it's idle it seem to stay between 7℃ and 15℃ and was wondering if that is too low? when it's not idle it runs between 20-45℃ (depending on if I'm gaming or just surfing the web / listening to music). I'm just worried it will cause some condensation and damage my computer.


Thanks for the responses in advance!
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rshaffer61

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Nope actually the cooler it is the better it will run.
The high temps you are getting are well below the top max so you are good. :thumbsup:
The top would be 55C to 70C
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Alright cool! Thanks for the quick reply!
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You are very welcome. :thumbsup:
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