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GPU works on displaying the screen content and locates on the graphics card/motherboard/CPU inside your computer. It can overheat easily when you are playing games or running programs which occupy a lot of GPU. To keep GPU healthy, it’s necessary to monitor the GPU temperature usually and you can check the GPU temperature of your Windows 10 PC with the 2 useful ways below.

Note: Generally, the GPU temperature can be detected when the GPU is present on the dedicated graphics card.

Check GPU Temperature in Task Manager on Windows 10 1- Open the Task Manager. 2- Then click the performance tab and from there select GPU vertical tab. Notice the GPU temperature at the bottom of the task manager screen. There are some limitations. From pyowm.owm import OWM owm = OWM ('your-api-key') mgr = owm. Weathermanager onecall = mgr. Onecall (lat = 52.5244, lon = 13.4105, exclude = 'minutely,hourly', units = 'imperial') # in this exacmple, the data in the onecall object will be in imperial units # possible units are defined by the One Call API, here: https://openweathermap.org. The link of the video: GPU Temperature in Task Manager on Windows 10, “.

1. Check GPU Temperature in Windows 10 via Task Manager

Starting with Windows 10 Build 18963, the GPU temperature option is added to Task Manager. To view this option, your computer needs to meet the following conditions.

  • There is a dedicated GPU card in your Windows 10 pc.
  • The GPU card driver supports version 2.4 (or higher) of WDDM. You can check the WDDM version by searching dxdiag in the Start menu and enter it > switch to the Display tab > view the WDDM model in the right pane.

If your computer fulfills the requirements above, just follow the operations to try the new feature.

Step 1: Type Task Manager in the start menu and run it as an admin.

Step 2: Click More details in the lower-left corner.

Step 3: Switch to the Performance section.

Step 4: In the left pane, select GPU and then you can see the GPU temperature.

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2. Check GPU Temperature in Windows 10 with Tool

If you can’t test the GPU temperature of your Windows 10 pc with the way above, don’t be sad, you can still check the GPU temperature with a tool. As some manufacturers of graphics cards would develop specialized tools for users to monitor their graphics cards like Radeon Overlay for the AMD Radeon graphics card, you can check whether there is a customized tool for your GPU card.

Or you can search the third-party tool for checking/testing GPU temperature in the Internet and find the suitable one to monitor the GPU temperature of your Windows 10 pc.


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You can now check your dedicated graphics card temperature right from Task Manager on Windows 10. Starting from Windows 10 1909 update this feature is released to the public.

As of now, you may need to install Windows 10 insider preview tagged with 20H1, if you are unsure where to start, you should go here. As of now, this feature is available only in the Windows Insider version. If you do not know about Windows Insider Preview – these are releases from Microsoft as a beta version for testing purpose, some users who like to experience upcoming features usually test them and share feedback back to Microsoft. What happens next is that Microsoft fixes things, improvise on the basis of feedbacks and releases a stable version for the public. This feature will be seen in the next stable Windows 10 version, which will be known as build 1909.

There is various 3rd party software that comes handy when you worry too much about components temperature. Some great tools are RealTemp, afterburner, Core Temp, etc. Microsoft brings GPU temperature in Task manager for easy analysis.

Obviously, there are some requirements as Task manager only shows GPU temperature when used a dedicated card, with WDDM drive 2.4 or newer.

How to check GPU temperature in Windows 10 Task Manager.

First, open task manager, and there are multiple ways to do so.

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  • The easiest way to open Task Manager is to right-click on your Taskbar and select task manager.
  • For keyboard junkies press Ctrl + Shift + ESC button.
  1. If it is your first time, you opened the task manager, click on the expand (more details) button which will allow you to see the full version of the task manager.
  2. Now go to the performance tab and from there select GPU there you will find some information and usage graph of your graphics processor card.
  3. Notice the GPU temperature at the bottom of the task manager screen.

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So when you’re playing games, maintain your graphics card temperature below 80 degrees (the recommended temperature can be different for different cards). When you play a game, and if it starts shuttering, you can quickly launch the task manager and see if graphics card temperature is the issue.

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Appropriate Overclocking software can control many dedicated graphics cards; for example, MSI Afterburner is used to tune MSI graphics cards.

This solution is not very exciting, as you are going to open a task manager with probably 2-clicks, however, it’s handy and probably we all will get used to it.

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We also hope Microsoft also brings CPU temperature to task manager, but it seems unlikely as Microsoft is busy making useless amends to Windows 10. Maybe people who agree will settle down with Windows Core OS. As for now, the feature is only available for Windows 10 insider users (click here if you want to get started) ok wait for a couple of weeks to get Windows 10 build 1909.

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