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06-26-2016 08:01 PM
hn4670 THX, I'm finding this utility long time.
02-11-2008 09:20 PM
Bal3Wolf Ya at one time i searched for a new tat never found one tho coretemp works just as good as tat tho.
02-11-2008 07:32 PM
TaiDinh
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Originally Posted by mct75 View Post
Is there a version that works with the new 45nm processors?
For TAT, I don't think so. I have never seen a new update for TAT. @[email protected]

Try CoreTemp.
02-11-2008 07:29 PM
mct75 Is there a version that works with the new 45nm processors?
01-13-2008 10:15 AM
xTorvos
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Originally Posted by TaiDinh View Post
If one program is reading a lower temperature than the other program, it doesn't mean it is accurate.
I know...but I enjoy false hope.

Also, thanks for clearing up how to tell what is most accurate.
01-13-2008 10:10 AM
TaiDinh
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Originally Posted by xTorvos View Post
But I don't wanna... CT reads my temps at 45C and TAT reads em at 37C

IDK who to trust these days...
If one program is reading a lower temperature than the other program, it doesn't mean it is accurate.

Your E6850 is a G0 stepping. G0 stepping have a T-Junction of 100C, and also endures up to 72C max load.

The latest version of CoreTemp (0.96) should 99% of the time detect the right T-Junction for your CPU. If it is saying 100C, then your Core0 and Core1 temperatures on CoreTemp are accurate.

TAT in the other hand, you cannot check what T-Junction it is detecting for you to add an offset to your temperature.
01-13-2008 10:07 AM
xTorvos But I don't wanna... CT reads my temps at 45C and TAT reads em at 37C

IDK who to trust these days...
01-13-2008 10:05 AM
TaiDinh
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Originally Posted by xTorvos View Post
For some reason TAT reads my processor as a Pentium M...
It says that for everyone.

I highly recommend you switching over to CoreTemp.

TAT is way too old for the newer processors.
01-13-2008 10:02 AM
xTorvos For some reason TAT reads my processor as a Pentium M...
11-05-2007 07:26 PM
TnB= Gir I BSOD whenever I start TAT lol.
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