[SOLVED] Whats the max storage temperature for computer hardware?

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My only real concern is for my PSU and mobo because I just got them back from RMA but I just took a reading from my room temp app and it said it was 90 F in the room and I was wondering what the max storage temperature for computer hardware I just want to make sure my stuff is ok.

The PC is disassembled because I still have other components that need to go out. (I've been lazy haven't done their RMAs yet.)
 

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My only real concern is for my PSU and mobo because I just got them back from RMA but I just took a reading from my room temp app and it said it was 90 F in the room and I was wondering what the max storage temperature for computer hardware I just want to make sure my stuff is ok.

The PC is disassembled because I still have other components that need to go out. (I've been lazy haven't done their RMAs yet.)
90F is nowhere near too hot.
Add another 50F or so.
 
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USAFRet

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My only real concern is for my PSU and mobo because I just got them back from RMA but I just took a reading from my room temp app and it said it was 90 F in the room and I was wondering what the max storage temperature for computer hardware I just want to make sure my stuff is ok.

The PC is disassembled because I still have other components that need to go out. (I've been lazy haven't done their RMAs yet.)
90F is nowhere near too hot.
Add another 50F or so.
 
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