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Max CPU temperature

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Anyone know where I can read wich is the max temperature that our processor support. Today after some hard usage I see that my processor have 46 degrees Celsius and I want to know if this is normal

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check out your phone manual - you can use it whole in temperature between -10 to +55, so my opinion is that the phone (and cpu) could handle these values without any problem and still could be usable when temp is lower or higher - but with some difficulties.

I am playing Real Racing 3 and realised, that the CPU temperature and hard usage of it could totally freeze or restart phone itself - that means phone has some "safety lock" which prevents the phone from overheating and damaging hw parts...

And depends on which frequency of CPU phone uses - if you overclock CPU it could get warmer much faster and could reach higher temperature...

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