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Old 08-25-2007, 11:44 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: Delta to Tjunction temp question.

55C for Core 0 and 57C for Core 1? Doesn't sound right but I guess the temperatures are going down.
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55C for Core 0 and 57C for Core 1? Doesn't sound right but I guess the temperatures are going down.
the tjunction temps are at around 72/68 - 70/67

but when i turned the fan on 50% instead of the stock 28% it went up to 75/70.


The regular cpu temps are normally 17/12 so far, but when i turned the fan on 50% instead of the stock 28% it went down to 15/10.

I hope i make sense.
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Turn the fans on at full speed.
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Turn the fans on at full speed.
i put it at 100% but the Delta to Tjunction temp readings started to climb like a rolling ball down a hill. Got worried so i set it back to default.
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Download Everest Home Edition or Ultimate Edition to check for temperatures. Check BIOS, it should give the most accurate temperatures. I can't really think of an E6550 being at that high of a temperature. Either you're in a very hot area or something is the matter with those temperature readings.
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Oh.....wait...the TJunction is the threshold. It's not your CPU temperature. Of course it gets higher, when the fan is running at 100%. Since you said your CPU temperature is around the 10-17C area, you're good. So when it says like "70C to TJunction remaining", the core temp is 15C. 85C-70C = 15C.
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Wait, what's the threshold?
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Oh.....wait...the TJunction is the threshold. It's not your CPU temperature. Of course it gets higher, when the fan is running at 100%. Since you said your CPU temperature is around the 10-17C area, you're good. So when it says like "70C to TJunction remaining", the core temp is 15C. 85C-70C = 15C.
oh so the 72/67 readings its giving me now, is fine?
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Wait, what's the threshold?
The absolute max, it can withstand.

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oh so the 72/67 readings its giving me now, is fine?
It says 72C/67C to TJunction remaining, correct? Then you're fine.
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oh i got you. So basically the higher the threshold, the lower the cpu temp readings will be, correct?
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