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If this is correct the TJunction @ 85C (which my E6600 shows the same in CoreTemp) cannot be changed. It's NOT what the cores are running but rather the built in failsafe temp the cores start to throttle to stay alive. Now if your current core temps are NEAR the TJunction temp then yes, you have an issue but most here aren't saying that.

Here's a link to help: Linky
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OMG, thanks finnanaly an answer i was looking for

+Rep to you 'Ictinike'

Awesome post.
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Originally Posted by Ictinike View Post
If this is correct the TJunction @ 85C (which my E6600 shows the same in CoreTemp) cannot be changed. It's NOT what the cores are running but rather the built in failsafe temp the cores start to throttle to stay alive. Now if your current core temps are NEAR the TJunction temp then yes, you have an issue but most here aren't saying that.

Here's a link to help: Linky

Correct!!

Some cpus are 100c and others are 85c...Tho i hear the term "T_junction" should actually be called TCC..If you have a 100c TCC- TAT will read 15 hotter, if you have a TCC of 85c TAT should read within a couple of degrees of being correct..

Also here is a link for you to find your T_case MAX.. http://processorfinder.intel.com/default.aspx .... Find your T_case max and then run something like speedfan... Just make sure your temp is below what Intel says is your "Thermal Specification"

From what i understand, the T_junction readings are not to be trusted...Neither is TAT...That info is from Intel....
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