Should I let PC cool down before switching off? Tags: Power Supplies Components Last response: October 22, 2007 7:04 PM in Components Share Kkkk1 October 22, 2007 6:39:30 PM After a few hours of gaming my CPU and GPU are running around 60 degrees Celsius. Not too hot as I do have a decent case with plenty of cooling. However does ayone know if I should let my components cool down before switching my PC off? Thanks. More about : cool switching Grimmy October 22, 2007 7:04:09 PM I wouldn't think that would matter much. It's pretty much designed to take the heat, since even my old 6800 GS AGP had a threshold of 120C (thermal trip). So I'd say no, unless you need to keep your room a lil bit warmer. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources PC was working fine then turned off my CPU fan had stopped turning. opened up case let it cool off. turned back on but nothing Forum SolvedPC switches on, then switches itself off before the login screen - please help! Forum SolvedPc shuts down and it is unnable to reboot until i switch psu on and off Forum SolvedIs it bad to turn off the main switch of the PC AFTER i shut down the PC? Forum SolvedIs it bad to turn off the main switch of the PC AFTER i shut down the PC? Forum Asus X53E won't power up; just been away for 2 weeks, I shut down the PC before I went and unplugged it. Now I can't switch it Forum My hp pc is in a onfined area and gets very warm should i cool it down and how Forum More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !