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Old 14th December, 2006, 05:13 AM
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Performance and Power Management Technologies in Intel Processors

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Old 20th December, 2006, 03:31 AM
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Thank you for posting this link, Gizmo! Man, I dunno if Dual-Cores handle CPU throttling better than this Quad-Core monster. I sure hope so, continuous 81C isn't acceptable in my humble book!
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That is abit toasty! 81C is probably an on die temperature though, the core chips actually run cooler but the sensors read higher as they are more accurate with actual die temperatures. I'm surpised they managed to get it to throttle though, stock cooling should keep it down to the 60c mark
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