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Phone CPU going up to 77°c

Discussion in 'Android Help' started by Phoneguru11, Mar 25, 2016.

  1. Phoneguru11

    Phoneguru11 Newbie
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    I have a Kyocera hydro wave phone.
    It has a Qualcomm 410 SOC. It's not rooted or anything. All stock.

    Quad core 1200 MHz. I ran app app called stress test for CPU and cpu-z to monitor the temp.

    I ran the CPU stress test on all 4 cores for about 2 min 30 sec. And then stopped it.

    The CPU temps in cpu-z went up to 77°c. Is this too high of a temp when the phone at a full load or is it normal?

  2. Slug

    Slug Check six!
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    77C is well within spec for the the SD410, and in any case if thermal limits are exceeded the SOC will throttle itself to prevent overheating. If the device is stock then you could probably run the stress test all day without a problem. :)
  3. Phoneguru11

    Phoneguru11 Newbie
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    Ok, sounds good. Thanks for your help. I was thinking that was way too hot. It's the snapdragon 410 8916.
  4. Phoneguru11

    Phoneguru11 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    What is the normal temperature range for the CPU and the battery in Celsius?
  5. Phoneguru11

    Phoneguru11 Newbie
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    When just browsing the internet on opera mini the cpu goes from 49-52°c
  6. chanchan05

    chanchan05 The Doctor

    Look, it doesn't really matter. The CPU and the system has built in safe guards. Once the CPU hits dangerous levels, the phone starts slowing down to prevent more heating. In some cases it automatically shuts down before the components hit critical temperatures.
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