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the more voltage the higher the core temps read,i found while down at 1.284v the core temp was 20c under the cpu temp,and no way am i taking my cpu temp 20c over 60c to find out if its core or cpu temps to watch.

when unlocked to x6 the core temp cant read all 6 core as it rigged for 4 cores.

play with your case fans and see if you can get a lower temp,you can run most 120mm case fans on full speed without to much noise compaired to cpu fans.
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hello's,
the more voltage the higher the core temps read,i found while down at 1.284v the core temp was 20c under the cpu temp,and no way am i taking my cpu temp 20c over 60c to find out if its core or cpu temps to watch.
when unlocked to x6 the core temp cant read all 6 core as it rigged for 4 cores.
play with your case fans and see if you can get a lower temp,you can run most 120mm case fans on full speed without to much noise compaired to cpu fans.

Thank for the input however it appears that you didn't read and understand the info AMD reps gave regarding the cpu temp and the core temp. They
clearly stated that the core temp is the temp you have to monitor that's why they recommend softwares like CoreTemp and AOD to monitor core temp not cpu temp. It means that my cpu temp can well exceed 62C however the core temp needs to be lower than 62C.
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there are two different view on that as there are two e-mail's that are contradictory to each other,iam not taking my cpu temp to near 80c just in case.
the stock cpu cooler gives 55c cpu temp,i dont think a stock cooler would be that efficient at cooling compaired to the core temps,and i can get them 20c under the cpu temp with lower voltages.
they should have clocked the stock higher if it wasn't for...
and they guarantee at those stock temps too.
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Thank for the input however it appears that you didn't read and understand the info AMD reps gave regarding the cpu temp and the core temp. They
clearly stated that the core temp is the temp you have to monitor that's why they recommend softwares like CoreTemp and AOD to monitor core temp not cpu temp. It means that my cpu temp can well exceed 62C however the core temp needs to be lower than 62C.

Actually, you're not understanding what they've said. The ONE email said "core temp" not the "temperatures of the cores". He even goes on to explain after that how the individual core temperatures are not actual readings. Tcase Max is the temperature listed in all documentation from AMD, NOT Tcore Max. The only question remaing is which label is giving to the singular Tcase reading by the motherboards BIOS.
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Actually, you're not understanding what they've said. The ONE email said "core temp" not the "temperatures of the cores". He even goes on to explain after that how the individual core temperatures are not actual readings. Tcase Max is the temperature listed in all documentation from AMD, NOT Tcore Max. The only question remaing is which label is giving to the singular Tcase reading by the motherboards BIOS.

So at the moment, and where you are with what you have gotten answered, what would you say everyone ought to go by for now, all things considered?

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So at the moment, and where you are with what you have gotten answered, what would you say everyone ought to go by for now, all things considered?
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Going by what the author of "Core Temp" has stated and by what we've learned from AMD Tech Support, right now if I were you I would go by the "CPU Temp" to be cautious until we get absolute rock solid confirmation. What we do know absolutely though is that A)Tcase = the set of thermistors in the CPU package. Tcore = the individual core temperatures derived by using a formula and the closest Tcase thermistors. TJunction = the thermistor underneath the socket on the motherboard. Now how that correlates to the various "TMPIN" etc readings in the various software programs is the grey area that I and others are really only guessing at or using a logical assumption to figure out. I'm emailing MB manufacturers to find out which labels are attached to which readings coming from the CPU and I'll make sure to update this thread when I get an answer.
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Going by what the author of "Core Temp" has stated and by what we've learned from AMD Tech Support, right now if I were you I would go by the "CPU Temp" to be cautious until we get absolute rock solid confirmation. What we do know absolutely though is that A)Tcase = the set of thermistors in the CPU package. Tcore = the individual core temperatures derived by using a formula and the closest Tcase thermistors. TJunction = the thermistor underneath the socket on the motherboard. Now how that correlates to the various "TMPIN" etc readings in the various software programs is the grey area that I and others are really only guessing at or using a logical assumption to figure out. I'm emailing MB manufacturers to find out which labels are attached to which readings coming from the CPU and I'll make sure to update this thread when I get an answer.

^ This post ought to be referred to until further notice from AMD/MB vendors, for anyone needing clarification on the topic.

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I did some testing this afternoon. As much as i understood from all the readings CORE TEMP"s are calculated by an equation and are precise at 45+C. now that would mean that cpu considers the amount of power getting into it and then displays temp. But my cpu fan is connected to i controller. So i ran prime 95 with cpu fan at 100% , core temp sabilized at 40C. Then i lowered cpu fan to 800rpm, socket temp went to 55C but core temp also got up to 45 witch means that there has to be a sensor in the cpu witch monitors the temp, it"s not just an equation because there is no way that he knew how i lowered fan"s speed.
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I am new to posting here and I like the fact that you took the time to explain what I was starting posts about and what i contacted amd about. Thank you for taking the time to do this.
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