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On Realtemp, I set my TJ MAX to 80C, and my temps say that they went down to about 20c. Is this accurate?

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August 10, 2013 12:03:48 PM

I have an Intel core i5 3570k, and stock cooling. I don't know if this is safe or accurate.
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August 10, 2013 12:11:36 PM

TheRagingHerp said:
I have an Intel core i5 3570k, and stock cooling. I don't know if this is safe or accurate.


definitely not
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August 10, 2013 12:19:35 PM

Pinhedd said:
TheRagingHerp said:
I have an Intel core i5 3570k, and stock cooling. I don't know if this is safe or accurate.


definitely not


It's not accurate or safe? You didn't really answer the questions.
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August 10, 2013 12:49:42 PM

TheRagingHerp said:
Pinhedd said:
TheRagingHerp said:
I have an Intel core i5 3570k, and stock cooling. I don't know if this is safe or accurate.


definitely not


It's not accurate or safe? You didn't really answer the questions.


neither. It's not accurate because it's impossible to push a microprocessor's temperature below ambient without active cooling (cold plate, compressor, liquid nitrogen pot, helium, etc...). It's also not safe because TJ Max exists for a reason, to prevent damage. If you're getting close to it, you're running too hot.
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August 10, 2013 1:34:41 PM

Pinhedd said:
TheRagingHerp said:
Pinhedd said:
TheRagingHerp said:
I have an Intel core i5 3570k, and stock cooling. I don't know if this is safe or accurate.


definitely not


It's not accurate or safe? You didn't really answer the questions.


neither. It's not accurate because it's impossible to push a microprocessor's temperature below ambient without active cooling (cold plate, compressor, liquid nitrogen pot, helium, etc...). It's also not safe because TJ Max exists for a reason, to prevent damage. If you're getting close to it, you're running too hot.


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