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Has this thread just been..... Hijacked?
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okay, so my a643000 + system occasionally emits this sound like a wire is touching a spinning. After makig this point, it stops. I really do not know how to say this, but i am quite sure there is no.in fact, any wire fans. So anyway, when it began to sound today, i restart around then, when the trend of the u.s. Logo that i was told that overclocking failed.
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Still hold my opinion that 64C at the cores is way to hot... Guess others can chime in to confirm or state there opinion
64 at the cores is phenomenally to hot, the cores on average are 10 odd degrees lower than the case temp.

Now AMD stipulate that the 62 degrees max is measured at case temp AKA: CPU (as a whole, not per core).
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64 at the cores is phenomenally to hot, the cores on average are 10 odd degrees lower than the case temp.

Now AMD stipulate that the 62 degrees max is measured at case temp AKA: CPU (as a whole, not per core).
So everyone is incorrect when they state that a CPU is too hot because core temp reads 60C?
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64 at the cores is phenomenally to hot, the cores on average are 10 odd degrees lower than the case temp.

Now AMD stipulate that the 62 degrees max is measured at case temp AKA: CPU (as a whole, not per core).
And if you look his cpu socket temp on hwmonitor is only hitting 58c. On top of that read my other post in this topic about how core temps on amd cpu's is not even a real temp value but an arbitrary scale used to control cooling.

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the max temps are referring to the cpu socket temp, not core temps. Core temps for amd cpu's isn't even a real temp value. It's something called tctl which takes voltage, load, clock frequency, and other values and uses a formula to determine the number. It's just an arbitrary temp scale that has no actual correlation to cpu temps, it is what the computer uses to determine and control the cooling.
go to page 73 http://support.amd.com/us/Processor_TechDocs/41256.pdf
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On top of that read my other post in this topic about how core temps on amd cpu's is not even a real temp value but an arbitrary scale used to control cooling.
That being the case, how does the cooling work effectively if the core temp read-outs are inaccurate?
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That being the case, how does the cooling work effectively if the core temp read-outs are inaccurate?
It isn't inaccurate because it isn't trying to measure the temp, it is measuring the tctl.
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