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Is 20 degrees Celsius bad for a CPU?

Best Answer paws , 05 February 2016 - 04:56 PM

Yes these temperatures would be considered to be good ( the lower the better)Regardspaws Go to the full post »

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I have recently built a PC, and I am wondering if the CPU temperatures are safe.


I have an AMD Athlon II X4 631 CPU.


While not stressing the CPU, the temperature is about 12-20 degrees Celsius. While stressing the CPU with CPUID, the temperature is about 32-34 degrees Celsius.


Are these temperatures safe for the CPU?

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Yes these temperatures would be considered to be good ( the lower the better)



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20 degrees is fine if it starts to crawl to about 50-60 without doing anything then that's when you would get worried, but it's in very good health.

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