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The package temperature represents the average core temperature as reported by the internal sensors. Over a set period of 256ms. I know this you see because I bothered to read the TCT overview tongue.gif
The overview raja wrote ? tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by lilchronic View Post

The overview raja wrote ?

No, Santa.

Are you ok? redface.gif
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

No, Santa.

Are you ok? redface.gif

I don't know. just curious what overview.
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I don't know. just curious what overview.
the thermal control tool review. thumb.gif
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Your CPU is fried...
No it's not
It's smoking and the die literally jumped out of the cavity...
I've had worse.
Your power supply's capacitors are oozing brown fluid...
It's a flesh wound. Where are you going? Come back here. I'll best your benchmark with my iphone you coward!

;-)
LOL - didn't know we were in a Monty Python skit ... tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by James702283 View Post

Actually my CPU package temperature is always warmer than the individual cores, sometimes as much as 10C. Not a single core hit 70C, keep in mind also that this was after running 14hr+ of prime overnight in a non air conditioned 80F+ room, right after running several other stress test without a break. In the week solid I have been stress testing this setup, using OCCT, Realbench, Aida64, Cinebench, Prime95 and Intel Burn Test on Exteme Mode on every settings and I have never seen a single core get close to 80c and they typically hover in the mid 50's - low 60s. Under normal pc workloads I have not seen temps exceed 50c and it idles in the low 20's. From what I have seen on this chip regarding temperatures 70c is within normal operating temp for full workload and 80C is the max you would want and my temps dont even get close to 70c under normal full workload conditions. This is also the hottest ambient temperature my pc will ever see. It is not hot in NYC for long. Should I be good?
Same here, maybe it is a broadwell-e thing? At first I thought I needed to reseat the chip but have seen others report the same thing.

My package is hotter than yours ... seriously mine also are several degrees hotter than the highest core.
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

the thermal control tool review. thumb.gif

yeah i have problems with these abbreviations. redface.gif

My package is always 10c higher aswell.
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

what MB? R5E-10? I didn;t really notice the high package temp on the R5E with a 6950X installed....

I must of misunderstood you. You said your core temperatures were 10c lower than package temp which is what all the temp programs I am using are reporting as well with this chip. I am using an MSI X99a Gaming 7. What MHZ and vcore are you running at? What are your temps running long term stability testing with prime95, occt, ibt, etc?

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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

The package temperature represents the average core temperature as reported by the internal sensors. Over a set period of 256ms. I know this you see because I bothered to read the TCT overview tongue.gif

Certainly not what all the censor programs with the 6850k I am using are showing and I constantly monitor them, HwMonitopro, aida64, corsair link, etc. My package temps are always as hot as my hottest core if not hotter, if it was an average it would be lower than the hottest core. I have a few screenshots to show. If what you are saying is correct than this would be impossible.


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User Manual Humor:


Bahahaha. That's gold.
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Guys I purchased Gigabyte X99 designare

My first gigabyte board, is it similar to asus etc

Gayest name ever though... good board still.
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yeah i have problems with these abbreviations. redface.gif

My package is always 10c higher aswell.

I even get a 9c difference on my 5930k. This is at 1.376v though. For 4.4ghz... gawd.

I'd love a non leaking, non POS chip for once... lol.
Edited by nexxusty - 7/14/16 at 9:24am
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Originally Posted by James702283 View Post

I must of misunderstood you. You said your core temperatures were 10c lower than package temp which is what all the temp programs I am using are reporting as well with this chip. I am using an MSI X99a Gaming 7. What MHZ and vcore are you running at? What are your temps running long term stability testing with prime95, occt, ibt, etc?
Certainly not what all the censor programs with the 6850k I am using are showing and I constantly monitor them, HwMonitopro, aida64, corsair link, etc. My package temps are always as hot as my hottest core if not hotter, if it was an average it would be lower than the hottest core. I have a few screenshots to show. If what you are saying is correct than this would be impossible. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


You should only use one sensor monitor at a time - they might interfere with each other.
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Originally Posted by ChronoBodi View Post

Wouldn't Skylake at least OC better than this? I rather wait on Skylake-E, but that's me..

I've just heard 2018 for Skylake-X frown.gif
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