What Is a Good CPU Temperature?

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The maximum CPU temperature is not standardised, it varies from one CPU to another. The maximum temperature is written on its body in a coded format; with a letter added somewhere to indicate what the CPU maximum temperature is. There is a section on the CPU datasheet, which explains the coding used and the CPU's maximum temperature.
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1. Log your CPU's temperature using a free copy of eFMer BOINC's TThrottle utility (see Resources) TThtrottle allows you to monitor your CPU and multiple CPU cores. You can set a
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1. Find the maximum temperature that your CPU can work at without burning. This may be found in code on the CPU itself of found on the CPU data sheet on the manufacturer's website
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The Cpu Temperature is The Maximum/Minimum temperature of Cpu, You have to be inside these limits for your Cpu Safety.
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Without a specific kernel driver, it's difficult to query the temperature, other than through WMI. Here is a piece of C code that does it, based on WMI's MSAcpi_ThermalZoneTemperature
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