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Computer -> Sensor

 

Again this morning I had a boot in Lightroom (by the way maybe it's because I'm running In the background? This usually happens when a song is playing in the background),

I am attaching another picture of stability test.

 

Don't know what to do with everything new ... (except the 8 year old supplier)

 

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If it is a balm.

Processor Maximum Temp Tj max.

From what I've read is 100-115 degrees, in large this is one value, it's unclear to me what is a search.

When the processor reaches this temp, it should lower frequency and voltage, not necessarily reboot, according to the processor graph, not at this temp, but it is recorded that the processor starts from overheating.

Look at the temp of everything the software shows you during effort (not graph), free hwinfo.

For starters, I would do what I set out to do in the beginning, eliminating Turbo Boost.

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One can ask what the fixation is here for people with the processor and its temperatures? It is 100% unrelated in any way to the processor temperature.

Did you notice

! CPU Throttling - Overheating Detected

That appears to him from the beginning of the effort test?

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The image you brought of the sensors at rest, not with effort.

1.2V memory voltage, not XMP enabled? What those memories are

 

I went into bios and I can't change it to XMP writing me a profile something .. I'm attaching a screenshot

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If it is a balm.

Processor Maximum Temp Tj max.

From what I've read is 100-115 degrees, in large this is one value, it's unclear to me what is a search.

When the processor reaches this temp, it should lower frequency and voltage, not necessarily reboot, according to the processor graph, not at this temp, but it is recorded that the processor starts from overheating.

Look at the temp of everything the software shows you during effort (not graph), free hwinfo.

For starters, I would do what I set out to do in the beginning, eliminating Turbo Boost.

I have no idea how but here's a screenshot of the software

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I have no idea how but here's a screenshot of the software

34TEGRDFV.jpg

During an effort, run the software, when it comes up (you can later) select sensors, go over everything that shows temp and see if there is anything out of the ordinary.

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During an effort, run the software, when it comes up (you can later) select sensors, go over everything that shows temp and see if there is anything out of the ordinary.

Impresses nothing is unusual, below is a screenshot:
 

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