What temperature should my CPU be? Tags: CPUs Temperature Last response: October 14, 2011 10:47 AM in CPUs Share star293 October 14, 2011 10:38:03 AM I have a athlon x3 450 and this one program shows that the max temp is 67 and mine is currently at 26 c min and 28 c max when I am browsing internet. I want to know what the normal temperature should be if I am playing some graphic intense game like crysis 2. Thanks in advance! More about : temperature cpu | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove AdrianPerry CPUs Authority October 14, 2011 10:47:22 AM Temps generally range anything from mid 20's to mid 70's depending on how much CPU usage is going on at that time. Min 26 and high 67 is very average results so nothing to worry about there. If you plan to unlock/over-clock though id recommend getting a higher-performing after-market cooler. | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>CPUs>What temperature should my CPU be?> Related ressources: ForumWhat Temperature should a CPU run ForumWhat should be the normal temperature of motherboad, cpu and gpu? ForumWhat temperature should my CPU and Motherboard run at? ForumWhat temperature should my CPU be at? ForumWhat temperature CPU should run at for best performance? ForumMy cpu temperature is 98 0c What should i do ? ForumExtreme CPU temperature -- what should I do? ForumWhat should my CPU Temperature be? i5-3570k ForumWhat Temperature should I pay attention to? ForumWhat temperature should an i5 3750k be running ForumWhat temperature should I be getting on I7 3770k with stock heatsink? ForumWhat can i do to lower cpu temperature ? ForumShould I read CPU Temperature (TMPIN0) or Core Temperature (Core#) ForumWhat is a GOOD CPU Temperature ? ForumWhat temperature should SLI GTX 570 be running at Idle/Loaded ForumVoltage Forum!! CPU Help !!! ForumCPU upgrade versus new Sandy Bridge box? Forum[Solved] Does this Power Supply work? ForumShould I upgrade my PSU More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !