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Can anyone explain to me what is TJ Max temperature in Everest,or in another temperature monitoring prog. Because if i leave TJ Max on Automatic > my Core 1 & 2 temp. are 44 celsius. And if i change this Automatic to 80,, my core temp is 24, and the CPU temp are always the same 24 celsius.

I don't understand this TJ Max... thanks...
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TJ Max is the maximum temperature a processor core will be allowed to reach. By this point it'll start to throttle itself speed-wise and if it goes too high over that threshold it'll just shut itself off to stop it overheating. Typically by the time it reaches 80 degrees C it's realistically getting a bit too hot.

Alternatively TJ Max 's a clothing store :)
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