Just a small explanation why I want to rely only to distance to TJMax.
Below is a screenshot with RealTemp calibrated in idle and without calibration.
As you see "real" core temperatures doesn't matter because distance to TJMax is the same. For those who feel better with calibration in idle to see more real temperatures they can calibrate RealTemp but really doesn't matter because CPU will throttle (despite their calibration) at same distance to TJMax.
I hope now people will realize that TJMax value doesn't matter, room temperature doesn't matter, core temperatures doesn't matter and all that matter is a safe distance to TJMax and if this means 80°C on cores (20°C distance to TJMax) so be it. At least from my point of view.