Drive temps are now reading properly

Used to always say 100C. Now ~40C. Guess they fixed the bug. Nice.

Edit: But I'm using a different computer. That could be it.


OK, the SSDs on my Dells read 99C, which can't be right (cold start in a cold room). The HDDs read ~40C. On my Lenovos, everything reads ~40C.

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The maximum temperature that a processor can tolerate during a workload, such as in gaming, should not exceed 80 to 85 degrees. Without load, however, maximum CPU temperatures should be estimated to be about 10 to 20 degrees higher than the ambient temperature in the room.

Generally, hard disks have a temperature operating range of 0-60°. It is advisable not to exceed 45° however.

These are copied and pasted by a search, however I don't mind much about PC temperature, unless you don't smell burnt plastic or see some smoke it's fine, I never heard of accidents about this like PC burning or similar around here.

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