Is my computer temperature too hot?

My computer have reach its 3 years old, nd i just check the temperature of my hdd,gpu and cpu they are all round 80 Celsius, is that too hot?
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  1. thats really really hot for a hdd, and on the high end for the other two as well, but those depend on the parts. I suspect first your sensor is really wrong, there is no way you hdd is matching your cpu at 80 C.

    First, download speccy http://www.filehippo.com/download_speccy/
    or speedfan and get the right temps

    Second if these really are your temps, get a an of air and clean everything out, probably dusty after 3 years, also move your system somewhere else and see if thats the problem.

    Third if nothing gets better, take it to a repair shop or take the side of the case off to allow better air.


    could we get better specs? good luck
  2. well my computer is an laptop here is the spec nd the temp AMD Athlon X2 QL-60
    Cores 2
    Threads 2
    Name AMD Athlon X2 QL-60
    Code Name Griffin
    Package Socket S1 (638)
    Technology 65nm
    Specification AMD Athlon Dual-Core QL-60
    Family F
    Extended Family 11
    Model 3
    Extended Model 3
    Stepping 1
    Revision LG-B1
    Instructions MMX (+), 3DNow! (+), SSE, SSE2, SSE3, AMD 64
    Virtualization Supported, Enabled
    Hyperthreading Not supported
    Bus Speed 200.0 MHz
    Rated Bus Speed 1800.3 MHz
    Stock Core Speed 1900 MHz
    Stock Bus Speed 200 MHz
    Average Temperature 97 °C
    Motherboard
    Manufacturer Wistron
    Model 360A (Socket A)
    Version F.24
    Chipset Vendor NVIDIA
    Chipset Model GeForce 8200M
    Chipset Revision A2
    Southbridge Vendor NVIDIA
    Southbridge Model ID075E
    Southbridge Revision A2
    System Temperature 89 °C
    GeForce 8200M G
    GPU MCP77MV/MCP79MVL
    Device ID 10DE-0845
    Revision A3
    Subvendor HP (103C)
    Current Performance Level Level 3
    Current GPU Clock 400 MHz
    Current Memory Clock 666 MHz
    Current Shader Clock 800 MHz
    Voltage 1.100 V
    DirectX Support 10.0
    DirectX Shader Model 4.0
    OpenGL Support 3.0
    Bus Interface FPCI
    Temperature 95 °C
    Driver nvlddmkm.sys
    Driver version 8.17.12.8562
    ForceWare version 285.62
    BIOS Version 62.77.2f.00.07
    ROPs 4
    Shaders 16 unified
    Memory Type System
    Physical Memory 256 MB
    Virtual Memory 896 MB
    """"BTW sometime in game my gpu temp can go up to 101-103 as average """
    nd my HDD is 50

    whackawhacka said:
    thats really really hot for a hdd, and on the high end for the other two as well, but those depend on the parts. I suspect first your sensor is really wrong, there is no way you hdd is matching your cpu at 80 C.

    First, download speccy http://www.filehippo.com/download_speccy/
    or speedfan and get the right temps

    Second if these really are your temps, get a an of air and clean everything out, probably dusty after 3 years, also move your system somewhere else and see if thats the problem.

    Third if nothing gets better, take it to a repair shop or take the side of the case off to allow better air.


    could we get better specs? good luck
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