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#1 RknRusty

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Posted 10 September 2009 - 10:06 PM

I am trying to get my Real Temp 3.00 reasonably calibrated. I'm not overclocking, just running stock and like to keep an eye on the temps. I've learned that temperature monitoring is much more complicated than I had previously believed. For Realtemp to show temps as accurately as possible you need to set the TJ Max which is apparently mostly guesswork since Intel does not publish it. Right now I am using the Real Temp default of 100C, and my reported core0 and core1 temps are about 41 and 37 at idle (5 lower than Speedfan). Does anyone here have a better guess at what TJ Max for this CPU might be? Any Real Temp users here?

Also here are some specs I googled and it lists thermal Specification at 74.1 (in the right column). Anybody know what, if anything useful that means?


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