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Windows 7: Realtemp 3.70

15 Apr 2017   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit SP1
Realtemp 3.70

Hi could someone tell me what distance to tjmax stands for.

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15 Apr 2017   #2

64-bit Windows 10 Pro

Hello Danny, :)

"TJ Max" is the distance to thermal junction max. The higher the better. If the CPU reaches the tj max, it will throttle itself down in order to reduce the heat and prevent damage.
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15 Apr 2017   #3

Win7 pro x64

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