How To Check Your Laptop Temperature

How To Check Your Laptop Temperature

Laptops are a good device for personal use because they can easily be carried. Laptops are very powerful but the overheating can damage your laptop and also can get permanent damage to them. The overheating not only dangerous for laptop, but it is also dangerous for other machines. So here I am telling you how you can check the Laptop Temperature. Overheating also decrease your laptop’s life.

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Sometimes it happens that your laptop seems hot and you think that your laptop is overheating but it doesn’t mean that your laptop is actually overheating. As we all know anything which starts motioning whether it is a computer or laptop or another machine generates heat. Your laptop’s heat depends on the tasks which are happening inside it and the components mostly GPU(Graphical Processing Unit) and CPU(Central Processing Unit). The other parameter is that overclocking also generates heat and this happens when you clock your CPU or GPU higher than recommended by the manufacturer. Overclocking requires more power and generates more heat. The heat mainly caused by playing games, burning DVDs and Video editing software. So the question is how to check the overheating.

How To Check Laptop Temperature :

Normally, you can check the temperature by seeing that the fan in your laptop is running at maximum speed constantly and the laptop is hanging, auto restarting. The other option is to download heat measuring software. I recommend using HWMonitor from CPUID. It is available for Windows and you can download the Setup or You can download the ZIP file of it. As I am using it, it shows you all things like GPU’s, CPU’s temperature as well as some other things like performance, utilization. It is the free version and you also can download the pro version of it which comes with some other features. So if we talk that how much temperature is normal or ideal for your laptop. You can check it for your particular computer’s Intel or AMD processor.

Jitesh Sharma

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