Windows 10 has a plethora of diagnostic and monitoring capabilities. The GPU Temperature monitor is one of the built-in monitors.
Previously, we had to download third-party apps or software from video card makers. We no longer need to download anything and can immediately monitor our GPU temperature.
How to find GPU Temperature in Windows?
If you are a gamer, you should regularly monitor your GPU temperature during intense use. If you are overclocking your GPU, you should keep an eye on the temperature.
- Hit The Windows Key
- Type in Task Manager and open the Task Manager app
- At the top, click the Performance tab
- Click on your GPU
You can see your temperature right at the bottom of the task manager.
I don’t see a GPU Temperature
If you don’t see your GPU temperature, you’re not using the most recent version of Windows 10.
To view the GPU temperature, you must use the Windows 10 20H1 update. To see GPU temps, verify your Windows version and then upgrade Windows.
You now understand how to locate your GPU temperature in Windows 10. It’s that simple to verify. We hope Microsoft introduces more options like this in the future for gamers.