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    3.70 works well for me on Haswell...
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    If Intel is using the same principles for temp monitoring on Haswell as they used on Ivy bridge then we should be good with your RealTemp TI version (as far as I can remember this should be the case been a while since I've been looking into these things)

    As soon as I get my new hardware I could get you some results on what the TI version reports
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    Using 3.70 on IB-E and it works apart from the kind of low idle temps, I guess it's the same problem we had going from the i7 920 to i7 980

    Water cooling used here with water temps at 22C

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    Use TI version ......TJMax is 95C
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    Just testing with Haswell. Not sure about the results though.
    TJ max should this be on 100? Looking at the specs at Intel ark => TCASE 72.72?C
    But I am unsure how to get TJ max out of this

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    RealTemp 4.0.0..?

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    Care to share some links?

    I had latest coretemp with Haswell support but its kinda unpredictable, got few system freezes esp. if uac enabled and few quirks with G15.


    Im testing 3.70 TI edition and so far it works great.
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    Question Eight Core version ?

    Is there an 8 core version of Real Temp planned now that the i7 5960X is out?

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    Hi Uncle Webb

    Is it possible to update the ImageShack photos as they are "dead links" right now?

    I was reading the post 3645 to get some hints of how to install RealTemp in Windows 8.1 64-bit and make it start with windows.


    Thanks for a wonderful program .

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    Hello

    With a 5930K (Haswell-E)

    RealTemp indicates a TJMax at 95?C and CoreTemp (and AIDA64) a TJMax at 100?C
    RealTemp detects not correctly the TJMax (by default)

    Thanks
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    Can anyone explain the difference between Real Temp's CPU load figure, and Resource Monitor's?




    Is usage not the same as load?
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