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Intel Temperature Guide

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Hello Silicon Lottery,

I'm one of the Moderators at Tom's Hardware, and the author of the Intel Temperature Guide, which is a popular Sticky in Tom's CPU Forum - http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-1800828/intel-temperature-guide.html

I'm writing to let you know that in my Guide in Section 9, The TIM Problem, I have now included a reference to Silicon Lottery with a link to your website. I invite you to take a look.

Respectfully,

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Edited by CompuTronix - 4/11/17 at 8:35pm
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Thanks for the reference!
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A well written and a useful guide. Thank you!
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Good read! Even if I knew a good part of it, refreshing my memory doesn't hurt.

You wrote that recent generations don't use analog thermometer anymore. If you can please explain to me why is it when I set my fans in BIOS to run at full speed at 75 degrees, when I'm monitoring with HWiNFO I see my cores and package temps reach 85 degrees and my fans still don't run on full speed. It seems to be around 12-13 degrees difference between the CPU (in HWiNFO and BIOS) temperatures and Core/Package temperatures under heavy load (70 vs 83). When idle, the difference is only 2-4 degrees (30 vs 33).
    
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