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    RealTemp figures for e5200

    Okay I've been running cpu burn in alongisde RealTemp and I've noticed something really odd (well odd to a noob like me), when I reduced the TJ max down to 75 (I assumed this was the maximun temp you would allow it to go to) it knocked 25 off the core temps too. I did think 31 oc under a 90% load was a bit low. With TJ max back at 100 I'm getting around 58 with cpu burn in running.

    Anyone explain to me what TJ Max actually is and why it affects my temp measurements?

    Also is CPU burn in a good stability tester?
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    Re: RealTemp figures for e5200

    use intel or orthos then use those temps

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    Re: RealTemp figures for e5200

    Quote Originally Posted by shbris View Post
    use intel or orthos then use those temps
    how are they any better than Real Temp? everyone seems to rate Real Temp as the most accurate.

    I'm just wondering about the TJ Max because changing it drops my core temps in stepping with the drop. Isn't the most important thing the distance to the TJ junction as that's how Real Temp measures the core temp ie how far it is from triggering the TJ max and being throttled?
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