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post #11 of 15
TAT reads the temps from a different area and is generally (so i hear, never used it myself) about 10C higher than programs such as CoreTemp.
post #12 of 15
Most programs read from the sensor thats in between the dies and TAT/Coretemp reads from the sensors inside the dies...so it reads higher cause its hotter inside the dies.
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Oh I misinterpreted. I've been using Core Temp with TAT.

I thought he meant using TAT just kicked the CPU's *** so hard that nothing else will get a temp that high
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my TAT shows core 0 at 23c, core 1 at 28c at idle.

So core 0 is the equivalent of 73.4 degrees. Seeing how that's 1 degree celcius higher then ambient (it's 72f in my room), it's IMPOSSIBLE that it's 10c higher.

Theoretically the maximum temperature you can push the CPU up to is the T-junction temperature (before the CPU thermal-throttles your temperature). But unless you're planning on getting a new CPU soon, I wouldn't do it. T-junction is 85c, that can damage your chip.
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wow i didnt know tat read the temps 10 degrees higher

ty, i feel much better now about my temps lol
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