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Im not the smartest person but I am not retarded, I have the latest version, dummy (screw this curse filter crap...). Why would you assume such a dumb conclusion, maybe asking me if I have the latest version first would be cool, but assuming that I made such a retarded mistake and shoving a screanshot in my face as if it helps me is ridiculous. I have read that Temperature readings can differ from program to program, I am trying to find which is right now myself, at this point it seams RealTemp works best for 45nm and most C2Ds. Now mind contributing something that does not attempt to make this problem user centered and rather program related?

Why does the TJmax differ at different temperatures on RealTemp, when your graph says 100C? I do not understand.
Edited by Cyberdyne12 - 12/23/08 at 12:31am
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Originally Posted by Cyberdyne12 View Post
I have a E7200 (45nm) should I use CoreTemp or RealTemp for getting my temperatures?
when running Prime95 (just to show max temperatures) I get
CoreTemp=
Core 0- 55-56C
Core 1- 55-56C
TJmax- 100C

RealTemp=
Core 0- 50-51C
Core 1- 50-51C
TJmax- 45

EDIT= For the sake of information, here is the temps at idle
CoreTemp=
Core 0- 41-42C
Core 1- 41-42C
TJmax- 100C (unchanged)

RealTemp=
Core 0- 36-37C
Core 1- 36-37C
TJmax- 58-59

Which program is correct?

Also what exactly does the TJmax tell you and (according the the right program) is the number good/safe?
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Im not the smartest person but I am not retarded, I have the latest version, dummy (screw this curse filter crap...). Why would you assume such a dumb conclusion, maybe asking me if I have the latest version first would be cool, but assuming that I made such a retarded mistake and shoving a screanshot in my face as if it helps me is ridiculous. I have read that Temperature readings can differ from program to program, I am trying to find which is right now myself, at this point it seams RealTemp works best for 45nm and most C2Ds. Now mind contributing something that does not attempt to make this problem user centered and rather program related?

Why does the TJmax differ at different temperatures on RealTemp, when your graph says 100C? I do not understand.
I did not assume anything, just look at your own post (bolded)
The parts I highlighted means RealTemp is using 95c for TjMax which means it's version 2.73 or older. 2.90 is the newest.
TjMax 45 (distance from TjMax) temp 50c = TjMax 95c

Sorry if I offended you, I'll remember not to offer advice your way again.

Merry Christmas and God Bless you
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The author of RealTemp has made a bunch of corrections over the last several months (including for your circumstance) but hasn't made any of them an official release. Just a series of betas which you can find in his thread on XS.

In any case, your temps aren't important. The distance from Tjmax is important.
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The author of RealTemp has made a bunch of corrections over the last several months (including for your circumstance) but hasn't made any of them an official release. Just a series of betas which you can find in his thread on XS.

In any case, your temps aren't important. The distance from Tjmax is important.
You are correct sir. Though I haven't used Core Temp in awhile. RealTemp was always the most accurate for the 45nm's

But both give an accurate reading from TJMax.

In Core Temp if it said 75C, and the TJMax was 105C; that's still 30C from TJMax.
RealTemp would record that as 65C, and the TJMax was 95C. Still 30C from TJMax.
    
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