The specifications of AMD is that the maximum temperature of the processor FX-6350 is of 61 ° C. Only when it reaches 51 ° C the clock decreases. Why?
hi, 51ºC are not dangerous, 70ºC for a processor it is, but anyway, to make sure of what you have, you need to see your diode temperature too, for control that use Aida64, if its already alot higher than 51ºC, you need a better cooler and replace your thermal paste, set your power to performance too, if your pc is cooling right it should be balanced betwen 10ºC/15ºC in diferences from what you have when you are not doing nothing... For my example my temperature are 45ºC for Diode CPU and 43º for the actual CPU in my FX8350 and when im gaming is going to 49ºC/53ºC, of course im not using stock cooler.
HI, Excuse my ignorance but, what is Diode? In AIDA it shows GPU Diode.The highest temperature in AIDA is 54 ° "AUX" which matches the temperature in the HWinfo in "CPU" 54 °. Is this the real temperature? What does CPU tctl and CPU TSI mean? No software shows the highest temp only shows this lower TCTL CPU. I was told that the FX processors have this "BUG" with the sensors. I use an H60 water cooler with a paste that already comes in it at 7 months. I'm having an overclok for 4.5GHz but if I do stress on the standard clocked CPU it also reaches that temperature and decreases the frequency.
My mobo is an Asus M5A97 LE R2.0, 4 +2 Phase Power.
Hi, if you cant see it, dont bother, and that i know, only Aida64 can show that... anyway you have ok temps.
"The "CPU Diode" temp will be a reading of the core temperature(truer/more important reading), whereas the "CPU" temp will be a reading of the heatspreaders temp."
This answer was given in Tomshardware.co.uk in April 10 of 2007.
The screen is mine.
Or better answer, tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-3378582/cpu-diode-temp-overheat.html
Forget to mention i use FX 8350 at 4.2 Ghz
Thanks for the reference!But finally you would know or why is happening this frequency drop in 10 ° C before reaching the maximum temperature that is 61 °?I already read that in BIOS gives to disable this protection that decreases the clock, but I found nothing in mine.
you have cpu and cpu/NB voltages set to run a 5.0ghz overclock turn those back its going to throttle.
and dont run prime 95 on a fx cpu it just isnt a good idea. use aida64 or something else to check stability. thats to hard of a test..
So. The NB cpu is in automatic with default value.The vcore is at 1468v. But as I said if I set the default values the same frequency drop happens !!But why not use the prime? In my test he accused the nucleus that failed correctly until I found the right spot! In AIDA it accuses core failure in the system stability test option ??Thank you !
61c temp is a throttle built inside the cpu itself you cant change that. Aida64 just works differently than prime in all kinds of ways. aida is telling you your settings are not right. prime is hammering the cpu and forcing the vrm to ramp up voltage to keep from crashing if you have good cooling. its hard to explain the differences here. . the main thing is the cpu/NB is the connection between the ram and cpu if it runs low on volts it will not deliver . but this makes heat also like any voltages.
and from my experience using hardcore stress software on the fx cpu and probably even other cpu's over time will degrade the abiltiy of the cpu to perform as good as it should.. since stressing it all the time is basically burning it up and wearing it out rapidly.
I will use AIDA and see if it lowers the frequency! To test I select Stress CPU, Stress FPU and Stress Cache?
just select stress cpu.
and look in statistics and see what the high and low frequency is temps and volts.
I tested with 3 items selected to stress more. It reached 55 °C and the frequency dropped:
This is the test of how you said it. CPU only stress only did not even reach 55 °C was at 49 °C
I noticed that the more the CPU is used the smaller the vcore is it?
The question is why does the frequency drop if the CPU does not reach the maximum temperature of 61 ° C?
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