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Help Calibarate realtemp settings

Discussion in 'RealTemp' started by toohot, Mar 6, 2010.

  1. toohot New Member

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    I need help in calibrating set tj max .Room temp=24 c & Case temp=27 c. Turbo on Bios. Also do I have to adjust idle callibration.Please find attached image with all details. Thanks.

    Case details are coolmaster cm690. front 120mm fan 1200rpm/rear fan 120 mm 1200rpm/left fan 140mm 1200rpm. cpu fan Noctua Nh-u12p se1366 performance cooler / ati radion hd 5770 graphic card/gigabyte ga-x58a-ud5 mb/ram G.Skill Trident f3-12800clt6t-6gbtd/win 7 64 pro/hdd x3
    wd 1TB(wd10ears07200rpm 64mb satta 11 green power/cpu intel i7 920/thermaltake toughpower Qfan 850 watt

    What are the best setttings.
     
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    Thanks Modder.I have seen Installation and calibrating page and thats why I need Help.I need the best settings for my test reading from someone that Knows more than I do .
     
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    Hi,

    Could someone help me calibrate mine? I also read the documentation, but i'm not sure if I need a calibration. I just know that my older temp program always register exactly 10C more than RealTemp.

    My image is here

    The older program register under Intel Mobile Core 2.... 50C while RealTemp register 40C. And it was like that the whole test. I mean, the 10C difference. But the GPU core is always the same.

    And also, why my test didn't went to 0% load like others that I saw in this forum? Only until 60.9%?

    Do I need to calibrate?

    Thanks.
     

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