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Realtemp should have the right TjMax in the software, as intel Published the data and they updated the software to include that.
The E5300 should be quite a cool cpu, I have an E5200 in my homesever and it has almost passive cooling an the highest I see it ~70 in Everest.
1.34V does seem high, I would check for BIOS update, jsut to make sure it's not setting the wrong values.
Bios update don't resolve nothing, i have done.
This motherboard doesn't change the vcore, sending always 1,34-1,35 v. to the core...doesn't matter if i try with oc or even underclocking the cpu, the vid remains the same...I think 1,35 for this core are too much, only if somebody do oc will need that power. With speedstep enabled at idle receives 1,10v, but the problem is at full load. with a cpu use of 75% the temps are about 70-75º (secure) but stressing both cores maximum reaches 95, even 99% and starts prochot#. In the pic below you can see a test with prime95-64b and realtemp.
i would be interested in applications that allow me to change the vid via sotf. cause i bought mobo, cpu and mem in a pack and don't want to quit all if not necessary...if you know that software please tell me . I installed rmclock 2.3.5 but doesn't let me change the value.
I solved the problem yet, as i thought there was a problem with cooling, i take out the reference e5300 cooler and put in another from my q6600, that is apprecitely bigger and has a copper base, also cleaned the termal compound for nt-h1 from noctua, and now reaches a highest temps of 62º beeing stressed for 30 min with prime95, that's 37º less!!
The only i can say is that e5300 cooler are s**t, but now i'm happy
Thanks a lot!