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post #11 of 21
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WHAT?!? No It isn't Its 100C +.
I had a 920 before this 930.


OP. Dont lose any sleep over it. Follow that Guide, see some of my topics related to overclocking my 930. These are great overclockers, if its a D0 then you should be able to get 4Ghz easy while staying under 70C at Prime95. Hell I did 4Ghz with 1.28V and stayed around 65C in Prime95.
You need to look again buddy boy. Their OFFICIAL TJmax is 67C. Not 100C.

I can't find the spec sheet, nor do I want to look through it --again, to find it.
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post #12 of 21
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BTW, Intels official Tjmax is 67C.
TCase is 67C. Not TJMAX

http://ark.intel.com/products/37147/...-GTs-Intel-QPI)
post #13 of 21
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And what is Tcase's relation to Tj? And why does intel only show the Tcase and not the Tj?

Read through the actual .pdf of where it explains all of this. It's quite lengthy, but in a nutshell, tc and Tj are almost one and the same thing.
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post #14 of 21
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And what is Tcase's relation to Tj? And why does intel only show the Tcase and not the Tj?

Read through the actual .pdf of where it explains all of this. It's quite lengthy, but in a nutshell, tc and Tj are almost one and the same thing.
Tjunction refers to the diode between the two cores, while TCase is what is read off the top of the heatspreader.
post #15 of 21
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You need to look again buddy boy. Their OFFICIAL TJmax is 67C. Not 100C.

I can't find the spec sheet, nor do I want to look through it --again, to find it.

Sorry Buddy Bob Marley. But The TJ Max is 100C.
note how many users like myself are running the chip 70C - 80C when overclocked? I even remember Real Temp giving me the readout TJ Max was 100C.

Sure is alot of "good" info coming from you being an AMD user and all. ..Kidding.. Maybe you are just not so familiar with the terms? maybe next time you ought to find the magical flying Yeti yourself before you want us to look for it.
Edited by TheBirdman74 - 11/5/11 at 7:00am
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Sorry Buddy Bob Marley. But The TJ Max is 100C.
Sure is alot of "good" info coming from you being an AMD user and all.

note how many users like myself are running the chip 70C - 80C when overclocked? I even remember Real Temp giving me the readout TJ Max was 100C.


Show me the intel spec where it shows that.

Yeah, I am an AMD overclocker at heart.
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post #17 of 21
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Show me the intel spec where it shows that.

Yeah, I am an AMD overclocker at heart.
And I am an Intel Overclocker at Heart, and I am pretty sure its 100C. But that doesn't make me right tho. No Disrespect, But show me the intel spec where it shows that its 67C.
Edited by TheBirdman74 - 11/5/11 at 7:07am
post #18 of 21
Here's TJ max
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post #19 of 21
btw. TJMax and TJCase is not entirely the same thing.

TJMax
= is the safest maximum operating core temperature for the CPU. You can see that in RealTemp / CoreTemp.

TCase
= Temperature they measure using a thermocouple embedded in the centre of the heat spreader. In Other words surface temperature of the chip.

And besides, What kind of a crappy chip must intel be making if it has a TJmax of 67C? That would be very pointless and absolutely ridiculous since the CPU gets higher than that with the stock cooler. Seriously, Here, take this great new chip, we call it the i7, it comes with a tiny cooler that loads @ 70C + and it has a TJMax of 67C.
Edited by TheBirdman74 - 11/5/11 at 7:19am
post #20 of 21
would Tcase be the same thing as cpu tin in hwmonitor?
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