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It varies... some users saw no difference with TAT and other measurements methods. The 85C is likely the point where that CPU starts to throttle. You want to stay way below that (like with any chip.. AMD CPU's had a throttle point in the 70's I think, but the recommendation was like 55C or even below 50C)

61C is the limit that Intel tells us to go at stock. That's the only official number I have found. Personally, I have no problem going over that, but I stay around 65C as my personal limit

But 85C is the TAT temp and TAT is higher then the temp that everest or whatever shows so isn't 85C TAT like 60C with the other sensor?
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The 85C is the point where the CPU starts to throttle! With all CPUs before, the recommendation always has been to stay a good bit below the throttle point (like 20C or so). I do not see any reason why not do so in this case.

Also, the opinions are mixed whether TAT reports higher temps. Thumber did tests with TAT, Speedfan, some other software, and an on-die sensor he glued on the CPU himself. Results were all pretty close to each other.

Finally, when I say 60C or 65C, I do refer to the temp reported in TAT. If you believe that TAT indeed reports higher temps, then I recommend to stay below 55C or so when using another software! I use Core Temp (which reports the same temps as TAT), and there is a 2C difference betwen Core Temp and Speedfan (56C and 54C respectively)
    
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