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Old August 24, 2008, 08:54 AM
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http://intel.wingateweb.com/US08/pub...TS001_100r.pdf

Most of the Intel CPU lineup tops out with a TjMax of 95C. Core Temp and Real Temp were both off by 5C lol.

What would you guys push your CPU temps to? I'd stop at around 70C.
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Old August 24, 2008, 09:45 AM
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http://intel.wingateweb.com/US08/pub...TS001_100r.pdf

Most of the Intel CPU lineup tops out with a TjMax of 95C. Core Temp and Real Temp were both off by 5C lol.

What would you guys push your CPU temps to? I'd stop at around 70C.
80C for my E8400...it's been to 83C or more...IIRC. :help:
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Old August 24, 2008, 10:06 AM
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Yahoo! That's the first published Tjmax I've seen for the Wolfdales, and I'm right! I always thought Coretemp was too high and realtemp was too low. (Realtemp shows my idle temps as sub-ambient, impossible)
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Old August 24, 2008, 10:12 AM
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My realtemp was setup for a TjMax of 95.

I've had my 8400 and 8600 up over 70 a few times.
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Old August 24, 2008, 10:42 AM
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Always kept things below 65 degrees, looks like that was a good thing, since my chip has a slightly lower Tj than most of the other 45nm chips.

That said, I'd really like to know why Intel has been such a about making this information available until now.
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Old August 24, 2008, 10:51 AM
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OOOH! The OPs statement is confusing!

He needs to word it differently.

He makes it sound like the TjMax is 95 but its 100. Nice!

Makes me feel better about load temps at 70 degrees! As that's still within realistic expectations of a 45nm chip.
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Nice! So, my Q9450 has a Tj Max of 100 degrees!

And here I was fearing mid-60s at load with a 3.6GHz OC.

3.8GHz, here I come!
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Nice! So, my Q9450 has a Tj Max of 100 degrees!

And here I was fearing mid-60s at load with a 3.6GHz OC.

3.8GHz, here I come!
Do me a favor, when your doing that, pop the heatsink out for less than a min, fry me an egg please, sunny side up
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Old August 24, 2008, 08:48 PM
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Nice! So, my Q9450 has a Tj Max of 100 degrees!

And here I was fearing mid-60s at load with a 3.6GHz OC.

3.8GHz, here I come!
ahahahah thats my exact thoughts!

OOooOOh 75 degrees at 1.5v when running at 4.5ghz hahahah.. no biggy.
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Do me a favor, when your doing that, pop the heatsink out for less than a min, fry me an egg please, sunny side up

Can 65C to 70C really fry an egg? I'd think that it'll take a while to cook.....and the yolk in the middle wouldn't be like liquidity....Then again, I have no cooking experience whatsoever.

It's funny how the Extreme processors have a lower TjMax. 85C for a QX9770.
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