1) W means Watt.
2) Max and min Tcase are target values for system cooling solution (including MB BIOS and cooler itself) to keep CPU current temperature (from DTS) in that range. I.e. motherboard and cooler should not allow current Tcase to go over Max Tcase value for exact CPU in exact power mode.
c) There are targeted maximum operating temperatures for that CPUs in full-power mode. Actually, nothing inside CPU cares about that temperatures. The CPU protective mechanisms (ATM) will start work at Tjmax (defined at 100C for 6-rd gen CPUs), but can start earlier if an offset was set (Tcontrol, stated in table 5.5).
Take into account, that DTS reports not an absolute temperature, but a value (Tjmax - current Tcase), i.e. how long is distance to absolutely unsafe temperature level. Tcontrol value will be deducted from Tjmax.
So, for 6100:
- Its recommended for MB and cooling vendors that operating temperature of CPU should not be over 62.8C in full-power mode.
- The CPU self-protection begun to work at operating temperature (100-20) 80C (i.e. throttling absolutely will start at that level)
- The CPU will be shut down completely at 130C (temperature of package irreversible damage).
Thank you JFFulcrum for the explanation provided.
1) W would be Watt
2-A) Max TTV T case (66.1 for Dual Core GT2 35W / Intel® Core™ i3-6100T Processor, would be the max temp the processor can reach while being out of harm.
2-B) Max TTV T Case = max temp the processor can reach without harm.
2-C) Yes, by matching the watts and the quantity of cores you would get the max temp for each processor.
-If the processor exceeds that temperature, it may be harmed or damage, when the CPUs reach certain temp, they would automatically shut down the system for own security.
The max temp that the processor can reach without troubles, would be the Tcase or Max TTV T Case.
3) TJ or Junction Temperature would be the temp in which the processor shuts down the system in order to not be damaged.
4) The safe temperature would be lower than Tcase or Max TTV T case.