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Originally Posted by weltall View Post
The highest temp intel suggests is 61.4C Here you go http://processorfinder.intel.com/det...px?sSpec=SL9TB

Also being too hot doesn't always means errors and instability it just means that it shortens the CPU's life.
Acknowledge your intended message.

HOWEVER, as Intel admits, there is no accurate way to measure that.

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Originally Posted by Intel's Website
Thermal Specification: The thermal specification shown is the maximum case temperature at the maximum Thermal Design Power (TDP) value for that processor. It is measured at the geometric center on the topside of the processor integrated heat spreader. For processors without integrated heat spreaders such as mobile processors, the thermal specification is referred to as the junction temperature (Tj). The maximum junction temperature is defined by an activation of the processor Intel® Thermal Monitor. The Intel Thermal Monitor’s automatic mode is used to indicate that the maximum TJ has been reached.
There has been quite a bit of discussion in these forums on this topic--and nobody seems absolutely positive about the accuracy of temps reported by: Speedfan / TAT / CoreTemp94 / CoreTemp95 / ASUS Monitor--to name a few.

It seems we're looking at our chip temps through a lot of smoke, mirrors, and divination.

-Paul
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post #12 of 26
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Mine goes up to 71c with orthos, I'm gonna install a new arctic freezer pro 7 right now, ill let you know if it helps.
62c load (CT 0.95)with orthos, yaaaaaaaaaaayyyy 9 degrees
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62c load (CT 0.95)with orthos, yaaaaaaaaaaayyyy 9 degrees
so...you dropped 9C by changing heatsinks? from what to what?

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post #14 of 26
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so...you dropped 9C by changing heatsinks? from what to what?

-p
Stock intel to Arctic freezer 7 pro,
I just did it too, so isn't it suppose to drop a bit more in a couple days??
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I posted this earlier today in the "My talk with Intel" thread.. You can link there from my sig.. Read post #100

Facts:

1. Intel states max thermal temps as T_case
2. TAT/CoreTemp/SpeedFan all read DTS (SpeedFan errors with T_junction 100C cpu's, and reads 15C lower than true DTS)
3. Intel states DTS and T_case are not the same
4. DTS for all intensive purposes is pointless without a thermal max
5. Intel provides no DTS thermal max info.

Like #4, DTS is almost pointless without a thermal max to go by.. However from my own tests I believe that DTS is around 7C higher than the IHS (T_Case).. No one has really supported this or debated it yet, but I have only posted this today.. Any input or thoughts are most welcome...


Also, Everest from my tests is the most accurate software and seems to read my IHS with in 3C of my own thermal sensor..
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Originally Posted by MuNcHeR23 View Post
I posted this earlier today in the "My talk with Intel" thread.. You can link there from my sig.. Read post #100

Facts:

1. Intel states max thermal temps as T_case
2. TAT/CoreTemp/SpeedFan all read DTS (SpeedFan errors with T_junction 100C cpu's, and reads 15C lower than true DTS)
3. Intel states DTS and T_case are not the same
4. DTS for all intensive purposes is pointless without a thermal max
5. Intel provides no DTS thermal max info.

Like #4, DTS is almost pointless without a thermal max to go by.. However from my own tests I believe that DTS is around 7C higher than the IHS (T_Case).. No one has really supported this or debated it yet, but I have only posted this today.. Any input or thoughts are most welcome...


Also, Everest from my tests is the most accurate software and seems to read my IHS with in 3C of my own thermal sensor..
Sorry could you link to that talk with intel i tried to look for it but i couldn't find it. if you recommend everest it I'm gonna start using it because you seem to know the most about this subject.

EDIT: never mind found it.
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post #17 of 26
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Sorry could you link to that talk with intel i tried to look for it but i couldn't find it. if you recommend everest it I'm gonna start using it because you seem to know the most about this subject.
LINK- read post #100


It's also in my Signature below..

I can't recommend anything really.. Every system is different.. All I can say is try it, try every software out there and find the one that is about 7C lower than TAT/coretemp.. Or just settle on one monitor and do the math.. I like Everest, it has a nice ez to use OSD... I only wish it would work as an in game osd as well...

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I'm a little upset that i had to pay $50 to get the temps most people get (or worse) with the stock cooler. but whatever
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post #19 of 26
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Originally Posted by MuNcHeR23 View Post
I posted this earlier today in the "My talk with Intel" thread.. You can link there from my sig.. Read post #100

Facts:

1. Intel states max thermal temps as T_case
2. TAT/CoreTemp/SpeedFan all read DTS (SpeedFan errors with T_junction 100C cpu's, and reads 15C lower than true DTS)
3. Intel states DTS and T_case are not the same
4. DTS for all intensive purposes is pointless without a thermal max
5. Intel provides no DTS thermal max info.

Like #4, DTS is almost pointless without a thermal max to go by.. However from my own tests I believe that DTS is around 7C higher than the IHS (T_Case).. No one has really supported this or debated it yet, but I have only posted this today.. Any input or thoughts are most welcome...


Also, Everest from my tests is the most accurate software and seems to read my IHS with in 3C of my own thermal sensor..
Thanks for the clarification, and for being the resident expert on this matter. REP+, and thank you!

Although...unless we all get thermal / IR sensors to get down to brass tacks (as you have), I again propose that, with Intel's new chips:

It seems we're looking at our chip temps through a lot of smoke, mirrors, and divination.

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post #20 of 26
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Originally Posted by P.Johnston View Post
Acknowledge your intended message.

HOWEVER, as Intel admits, there is no accurate way to measure that.

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I do not know what you mean.? If you go in that link it shows that it should be 61.4 C Also about life expectancy check this http://www.overclockers.com/tips30/
    
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