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  • #2
    Great Information
    sticky this thread?

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    • #3
      Yeah, add all Intel chips from 160nm to 45nm, THEN sticky it.

      And, do one for the AMD chips also.



      Edit:
      Good info tho.
      Thanx.
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      • #4
        cores crash on me past 80*C, so i dont see what good a 100*C TJmax does

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        • #5
          tj Max is the temp that the cpu will go into thermal protection shutdown to protect itself.

          depending on most core2's, most will slow themselves down between 70-80C to try to cool itself. But this function can be disabled in the bios.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ThugsRook View Post
            cores crash on me past 80*C, so i dont see what good a 100*C TJmax does
            Is that at stock speeds?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Just Learnin' View Post
              Is that at stock speeds?
              no. it doesnt get to 80*C stock even if i turn all my fans off
              had to boost voltage to get temps out of it

              i was testing the Asus fanEQ controller thingy, its garbage

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              • #8
                I think ol'norton tested his CPU at stock speeds with the heatsink off in order to properly validate the thermal shut down. I am guessing all bets are off with any kind of an overclock. Also Intel itself admits the E8xxx series sensors are "sketchy" at best.

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