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TJ max temp for my i5-2400

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June 23, 2011 6:44:12 AM

First of all i want to know that what is distance to TJ MAX?
I have overclocked my processor....Base clock = 105.30 Mhz and the Core ratio =38....
so it gets to 4ghz....
Using RealTemp the temperatures at idle are with stock cooler and cooler master nano fusion applied...

Core 0=45~47 C idle At max load all cores =58~60C
Core 1=48~49 C ilde
Core 2=47~48 C idle
Core 3=47~48 C idle

Now the the TJ max
Core 0=49~53 idle
Core 1=49~50 idle
Core 2=49~51 idle
Core 3=50~53 idle

i want to know that what is the safe level of distance to TJ MAX?????

thank u....

My current rig:

ASUS MS228-H LED
i5-2400 @4ghz
MSI P67A-C43
Cooler Master CM ELITE 371
Cooler Master 550W
1TB hitachi 7K1000.C
3 cooler master LED 120mms fan....1 right at the top of processor...1 at the rear end of case and the last one at the front end of case...

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June 23, 2011 11:36:29 AM

Safe distance to tjmax is debatable,but most will probably say 20 to 30c, 30c or more being ideal.
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June 23, 2011 2:52:55 PM

TjMax for Sandy Bridge is 98ºC. This is the point at which major damage can occur due to temperature. The CPU should auto-throttle to save itself before it ever gets to that temp.

To keep a Sandy Bridge system happy long-term (stock or overclocked):
1. Keep peak Prime95 core temps below 75ºC
2. Keep CPU voltage below 1.4v
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