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Old 05-12-2008, 02:35 PM   #1
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Question How to configure TjMax on Everest Ultimate?


I use Everest Ultimate that has an option for G15 keyboards to monitor CPU heat output (on screen) when I’m in games. Everest has a TjMax of 105ºC, but I know I need TjMax=95ºC to be able to see the real temps of this processor (RealTemp has it). How do I change the TjMax of Everest to 95ºC


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Default Re: How to configure TjMax on Everest Ultimate?

I haven't tried it myself as that version of Everest is still beta to the best of my knowledge

Originally Posted by Lavalys Forums
Although we don't recommend to use a custom Tjmax temperature, we've implemented Tjmax temperature configuration in EVEREST / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring.

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