Have you ever wondered: “When you play games or do any graphics-intensive workload on your graphics card…” At that time, what’s your graphics card temperature? With Windows 11, you don’t need any third-party software to check.

So in this article, we will share how to check the temperature of your GPU on Windows 11. Knowing this could help you diagnose specific problems on your computer, like when your GPU overheats and tends to throttle, potentially impacting games and other programs.

How to Monitor the GPU Temperature in Windows 11

Before continuing, it only works with Windows 11 with a dedicated graphics card and does not work with an integrated graphics card. So without further ado, let’s dive into this.

How to Check Your GPU Temperature on Windows 11
  • Open Task Manager by pressing Ctrl + Shift + Esc.
  • Afterward, go to Performance by clicking on the right panel on the Task Manager.
  • Navigate to GPU, and then to the bottom, you’ll see GPU Temperature, which will be displayed in Celsius unless you manually convert it to Fahrenheit.

Apart from this, there are several other methods to check your GPU temperature. One of the most popular programs for this is MSI Afterburner. This software gives much more detail alongside GPU temperature, like the real-time information mentioned earlier.

Depending on your PC’s manufacturer, tools can be downloaded from the manufacturer’s website, like AsusROG, which also has a similar app called Armory Crate, which includes both CPU and GPU temperature with more advanced functionality.

However, if you only want to know about your CPU temperature, let Task Manager do the job. Thanks for being with us. We would like to know your valuable opinion and feedback.