2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 2, 2017 1:30 AM by yrogerg

    AMD FX 8300 CPUTIN reaches 85 degrees Celsius. Is it fine?

    yrogerg

      The title says it all.

        • Re: AMD FX 8300 CPUTIN reaches 85 degrees Celsius. Is it fine?
          black_zion

          What does AIDA64 say the CPU Diode (or CPU Core) temperature is

           

            • Re: AMD FX 8300 CPUTIN reaches 85 degrees Celsius. Is it fine?
              yrogerg

              Thanks but i fixed it. My CPU fan was stuck and my PC needed a realy thorough cleaning with a strong windpump. Sometimes complicated problems are solved with simple solutions...

               

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