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Core 2 Duo Temperature Guide Updated March 24th, 2007

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by KATANAUK, Mar 29, 2007.

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    could someone post a link to the original info?
     
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    I find that a rather abrupt and rude way of speaking to a COMMUNITY MEMBER. Since Computronix article incl. mosting public information published by Intel (which he doesnt cite) and also links in his article to TPU!

    FAR politer if the guy had approached KATANAUK with a polite request. Pointing out that the copyright issues but also that a LINK to the original article would be better since the original article as being constantly updated and maintained.

    It's a shame that the community is being so aggressive and territorial about their PLAGARISED materials!
     
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    +++1:rolleyes:
     
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    nice thread , so i have q6600 how much voltage need to set it at 3.6ghz and max temp with full load
     
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    honestly.. seriously?...lol..
    I find the fact that this individual hunted this guide down to be quite ridiculous..
    hordeing temperature guides? lol..
    what is the world coming too..

    all of that information is common knowledge to the makers of the processors..
    does he work for intel or amd?
    I doubt it..

    if not.. then what right is there?
    I believe that original information would be copywrighted by intel or amd if anyone..
    and even they wouldn't hunt it down and get pissy about it..


    fyi: I click on that link and I get nothing.. anyone know where to find this information?
     
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    The gist of this guide was for the early 6xxx series Conroe Core 2's and the fact that CPU temp was approx 15C less than the core readings...nothing too crazy. Unfortunate how this turned out, but there are many guides out there that give similar information each uniquely written.

    :toast:
     
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    You should just link to the original work if it isn't something you wrote, there isn't much of a reason to copy and paste a whole article if it can simply be linked to somewhere else.

    I don't know what the author's issue is since he has only published it in one place where he will receive no profit from it. However, it is his right to say where it may be placed in its entirety, and your use of it does not constitute fair use in this situation; even if you credit him.
     
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