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By greganka, Senior Member on 23rd February 2013, 09:53 PM
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I just downloaded jurassic park game and when it's running my cpu goes up to 72 degrees. I'm guessing it's a little too hot right? What should be the maximum that I shouldn't cross? And also what kind of damage does this high heat do to the phone?

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Hey guys
I just downloaded jurassic park game and when it's running my cpu goes up to 72 degrees. I'm guessing it's a little too hot right? What should be the maximum that I shouldn't cross? And also what kind of damage does this high heat do to the phone?

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I think the highest is around 158 degrees. I would try not to go over 110.
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Hey guys
I just downloaded jurassic park game and when it's running my cpu goes up to 72 degrees. I'm guessing it's a little too hot right? What should be the maximum that I shouldn't cross? And also what kind of damage does this high heat do to the phone?

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As for the damage, it can fry the internal components of the phone.
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23rd February 2013, 11:06 PM |#3  
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I think the highest is around 158 degrees. I would try not to go over 110.
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As for the damage, it can fry the internal components of the phone.
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I'm talking about Celsius. So it's about 161-2 F

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I'm talking about Celsius. So it's about 161-2 F

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Correct.
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23rd February 2013, 11:18 PM |#5  
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I love it when no one qualifies their measurements with units.

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23rd February 2013, 11:27 PM |#6  
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That's pretty fricken hot
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That's pretty fricken hot

About 50 degrees "Fahrenheit" to hot. I am surprised it is still running.
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About 50 degrees "Fahrenheit" to hot. I am surprised it is still running.
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Compared to what? 50 degrees Fahrenheit isn't hot.

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Compared to what? 50 degrees Fahrenheit isn't hot.

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50 degrees too hot. Over what it should be. Higher than it should get. More than a safe temperature. 50 degrees " Fahrenheit " toooooooo Hot.
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50 degrees too hot. Over what it should be. Higher than it should get. More than a safe temperature. 50 degrees " Fahrenheit " toooooooo Hot.
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Ah... This is where proper spelling really helps. The word "too" means too hot.

Anyway 72 degrees Celsius doesn't sound that bad.

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Ah... This is where proper spelling really helps. The word "too" means too hot.

Anyway 72 degrees Celsius doesn't sound that bad.

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Pardon my typo please. 72 degrees Celsius = 161.6 degrees Fahrenheit. That's slightly warm. 113 degrees Fahrenheit is considered dangerous and at 100 degrees Celsius you can boil water.
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