Originally Posted by Ipwnnubletz;12429746
First thing's first. In the computing world, we use Centigrade to measure CPU temps. 140F is 60C, and 60C is perfectly fine. In stress testing applications, do not let your CPU hit anything higher than 80C (176F), just to be safe, although your CPU can withstand temperatures up to 99C until it starts to throttle itself.
Ha yeah I was wondering if anyone would catch me using Fahrenheit before I could edit. Anyways, prime 95 is showing up at 65c which seems pretty high to me? I know people out there go way higher, but for a stock cooler on stock settings it just seems to me kind of high.