Which have higher boiling points organic or inorganic compounds?
Higher than what? Some organic compounds (e.g. propane, butane) have very very low boiling points making them gases at room temperature. Certain inorganic compounds (e.g. tungsten carbide) have boiling points so high that before those compounds boiled all organic compounds would not only have boiled but would have decomposed into their elements or very simple inorganic carbon compounds (e.g. carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide).