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Postby davidsd1990 » Sun Apr 14, 2013 11:04 pm

Hi, im using core temp with my AMD fx 6300. Does core temp support this cpu?
It says the tj.max temp is 83º, but some people are saying that the tj.max for this cpu 65º.
Also where can I see the global cpu temp?
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Re: fx 6300 max temp

Postby The Coolest » Sun Apr 14, 2013 11:27 pm

Yes, the FX series is supported.
TjMax is what Core Temp displays. TCaseMax is what others are talking about and isn't directly related.
What is global temp?
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Re: fx 6300 max temp

Postby davidsd1990 » Mon Apr 15, 2013 12:37 am

sorry my english is relly bad. with "global temp" I was trying to say CPU temp, not the cores, but the cpu itself..
so this cpu can go up to 83º on the cores?
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Re: fx 6300 max temp

Postby The Coolest » Mon Apr 15, 2013 1:17 am

Core Temp doesn't show the 'CPU' temp sensor, as it's located on the motherboard.
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Re: fx 6300 max temp

Postby Jorge » Tue Apr 16, 2013 4:22 pm

The temps on AMD CPUs are a problem because none of the current programs report the proper temps - according to AMD engineering.

People also confuse the CPU core temp with the CPU socket temp. Many programs report the mobo CPU socket temp which is of no significance since AMD and Intel began using internal CPU temp sensors. Thus you should just ignore the "CPUTIN", "CPU" and BIOS CPU or similar temps as the CPU socket temps can run 10C-25C higher than the CPU core temp depending on the CPU load and socket cooling. The CPU core temp is all that you care about. This is the temp that the temp-cut in uses at TjMax.

There are conflicting reports on the TjMax for the FX-6300 but this temp is of no concern as you should not be operating your CPU at this temp. TjMax is NOT the 24/7 operating temp for the CPU. AFAIK the max 24/7 temp for the FX-6300 is 70C. For the 8-core FX processors it's 61C. So all you care about is that your FX-6300 doesn't exceed 70C under max load, which it should not with proper cooling.

The temps reported by Core Temp are relatively accurate from ~40C upwards. The lower temps are not accurate as Core Temp and other programs like HW Monitor are not using the correct algorithm - according to AMD engineering. The only temp that is of any significance is the Max 24/7 core temp (NOT the socket temp), which for the FX-6300 should be 70C. Unless you have some cooling issues or are overclocking, you should not exceed 70C even under heavy PC use.
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