^ Thanks for your unnecessary input. And what's wrong with telling people to keep their CPU cool? Even if it's not overheating it's good to keep it as cool as possible.What the fuck. I tell the truth and you call it an unnecessary input. You're sick, dude, too bad you fail. The more even point of what I said is that noone is going to get a new cooler or pasta cooling just because their CPU is 21 degrees, not 20 as you would like. And doing this would not speed up your computer. But this topic is for tips which help you speed up your computer. Compulsive faggot
This. I agree with Andre.
Also, the heat of your CPU will not affect performance AT ALL. Until the CPU reaches it's TJMax (My i7 920 D0's is 95C), at which point it will throttle the clock speed to cool itself down, it will not do anything before then, just get hot.
There is no proof to say that excess heat >70C will do any damage to a CPU (Below it's TJmax). The only thing in excess that will damage it is excess Vcore when overclocking.