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Windows 10 displays the GPU temperature in Task Manager



  Task Manager icon on the desktop of Windows 10

The Task Manager of Windows 10 is getting better for gamers. In Windows Insider Build 18963, Task Manager now displays your GPU temperature. This is part of the Windows 1

0 update 20H1, which is expected to be stable in May 2020.

This latest feature builds on the graphics processor features that Microsoft has already added to the Task Manager in recent Windows 10 updates. Windows 10 already displays information and statistics about GPU usage in the Task Manager – from the name of your GPU to the currently available memory and utilization.

Now, "GPU Temperature" is also displayed when you select your GPU on the Performance tab of Task Manager. You can view the temperature of your GPU without any third-party utilities.

  GPU Temperature in Windows 10 Task Manager
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There are some limitations: This only works with dedicated GPUs (no built-in or built-in). , The prerequisite is a graphics driver that has been updated to WDDM 2.4 or a newer driver model. Currently, only temperatures are displayed in degrees Celsius, not in Fahrenheit.

We hope that Microsoft will add more temperature statistics to Task Manager in the future. The CPU temperature displayed directly in the Task Manager is an amazing feature.

Other interesting features in this build include updating Notepad through the Store, the ability to rename virtual desktops in the Task View, An improved page with optional features in the Preferences, as well as a mouse cursor speed slider in Preferences and updating your account image in several Microsoft services when you change it in Preferences, b, e, v, n, t, s
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