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    Notice noticing any issues, but thes numbers to seem to be right.

    I decided to install Open Hardware Monitor to check my temps on my CPU
    and I learn that 65 is normal idel temp and it great, but when I run games, temps
    jump to as high as 105! Thats not good, is it?
    https://ibb.co/f1cVnfx
    Will update soon

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    No, not good. I would first confirm with a different temp monitoring program. I got thrown for a loop a couple of years ago when I installed one and it showed temps on an older Core i3 constantly above 100C. Luckily I had another program on the PC to double check and the temps were far lower than that.. closer to 45C most of the time.


    Try using the free version of Speccy... https://www.ccleaner.com/speccy

    You can also boot into UEFI or BIOS and have a look at what the temps are there without using any
    added software.


    How old is the computer? Have you or anyone else ever reseated the CPU fan with new paste?

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    Here's what most of us system builders use for monitoring and it's free: https://www.hwinfo.com/download/

    Anything above 100C will put your CPU into thermal throttling. What are you using for cooling? CPU and case?
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