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I'm getting e8500 e0 stepping for test tommorow and fairly said i'm not sure how to set TJmax so it will show correct temps.
I'm not sure because i'll be using stock antec case and not mine and it has 1x120 and 1x140mm fan.

If anyone can give me any help except official how to:realtemp method, i'll be glad!

 

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There is a settings tab on realtemp. Go into it and adjust the tjmax and thats it.

Your cpu will likely have stuck sensors to some degree or another so be prepared for that as well.
 

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The newest version of Real Temp should already be set to the most accurate known tjmax.
 
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Yeah supposedly RealTemp is the program to use for 45nm CPU's because it's already adjusted. And ditto on the stuck sensors. No matter what speed, voltage, etc, I run my E0 at, it ALWAYS shows idle temps of 36/39*C, and won't move a bit until I put some real load on it.
 
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Quote:


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The newest version of Real Temp should already be set to the most accurate known tjmax.


Correct - Version 2.84
 
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Ok, thanks guys.

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Tjmax for that chip is 100C, as per a recent Intel presentation.
 
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