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AMD A10-6800K going over TJMax at stock clocks?

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Is this normal? All stock settings.

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not sure you're hitting the max:
AMD A10-6800K Review: Richland – Desktop APUs from 2013. Page 9
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Besides, the screenshot shows that the manufacturer has finally managed to make the internal thermal sensor work more or less correctly. It now reports a true-to-life value for the APU die temperature. By the way, the peak permissible temperature for the A10-6800K is 120°C, so our overclocking was limited by the cooler's performance.

you look to be 50c away . .
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not sure you're hitting the max:
AMD A10-6800K Review: Richland – Desktop APUs from 2013. Page 9

you look to be 50c away . .

Hmm. I was under the impression that TJMax was 70, that's what it says in coretemp anyway..
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Hmm. I was under the impression that TJMax was 70, that's what it says in coretemp anyway..

70C TJMax on the A10 wth.gif

Just for comparison Core Temp says the TjMax on my Phenom 955 was 98C LOLOLOLOL.
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74C is the limit for the A10-6800k before damage. Your problem is HWMonitor, CoreTemp, and them software's do not support Richland APU's. Download the overclocking suite for your motherboard, that should provide more realistic temperatures.
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74C is the limit for the A10-6800k before damage. Your problem is HWMonitor, CoreTemp, and them software's do not support Richland APU's. Download the overclocking suite for your motherboard, that should provide more realistic temperatures.
yep, I figured it out. Thanks for the info! It was actually only hitting 37C! I think you're the one who told me that over on Twitter last night.
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Be careful 37c doesn't sound right either too low. What's your cooling solution?
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Be careful 37c doesn't sound right either too low. What's your cooling solution?
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