GPU temperature will now show on Windows 10 - How to view GPU temperature on Windows 10 latest version

Tracking GPU temperature was one of the painful part for many, especially you will know this if you are a gamer. Though Windows 10 has many third party tools for tracking GPU temperature, the option was not available by default. But that was history, because in the upcoming Windows 10 update, codenamed 20H1 you can easily track the temperature of your dedicated GPU right in the task manager itself.

Microsoft confirmed this, in the latest Windows 10 insider preview build 18963.

One of the longstanding requests we’ve been tracking for Task Manager is to add temperature monitoring support, and with today’s build we’re making progress on that ask. If you have a dedicated GPU card, we will now bubble up the current temperature next to its listing in the Performance Tab.
So, if you have Windows 10 insider preview build 18963, stop using the third party apps, and start using the inbuilt option. You can do that by pressing ctrl +shift +Esc keys -> Performance tab.

Remember to give feedback to Microsoft, if you face any issues..