luckiest charm said:
Ehh .. No ...
Anything higher than 100C is dangerous for Intel CPUs.
They are designed to tolerate temperatures below that.
When it comes to AMD CPUs, their max is 60C.
If you have Intel CPU, upto 100C won't damage your chip. However 90C should not be crossed.
My Core i5 2500K stays at 60C Idle and tops out at 85C. No blue screen since I bought it.
Well high temperatures are because in summers, India gets very hot.
Now that explanation sounds more reasonable