Originally Posted by pig666eon
i have a 1700x, TCTL is reading 32 deg, TDIE is reading 12 deg, asus software is reading 40 deg ( flux between 40-55 ), what am i ment to be reading here?? tbh i put up with alot of crap with the 8350 and temp monitoring but this really takes the biscuit....
someone was saying that there is a auto shut off if the temps exceed 75 deg is there anyway to shut that off? i fell that my temps are lower than what im actually reading and its cutting out well before i even get the 75, i found a setting a ai suit but it didnt make any difference at all so not sure if it took effect or not
When I am trying a higher overclock than 4ghz, I need to push my voltage towards and over 1.5v.
My temps (Tdie) will go over 75. and this is when the cpu starts throttling lower speeds when running prime.
I don't know how to make the cpu believe that he's not overheating yet to the point that he has to throttle.
I am on water, I got plenty of headroom, my pump is running on 7v instead of 12v when attempting this.. I could switch it to go on 12v but its no use of the cpu is in fact lying to itself.
I too wish to know how to get the TRUE temperature of it.
What I thought was that Tdie was the somewhat true temp, with SensMi skew disabled in the BIOS. (if its not disabled, changing pll voltage will change Tdie temp offset as well).
But this causes this early throttling, as Tctl is Tdie+20... the throttling happens when Tctl is 95c.
So I dunno.. I really want to know as well