CPU Thermal Control

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CPU Thermal Control

Option name:

CPU Thermal Control

Possible values of an option:

[TM1 Only], [TM2 Only], [TM1 AND TM2], [Disabled]

The option description:

The given option defines, whether the system of protection built in the processor from overheating will be used. In order to avoid a processor output out of operation, for example, at a stop of the fan of a cooler this mechanism is necessary for involving. Value [Disabled] disconnects the system of protection built in the processor from overheating, [TM1 Only] — orders to use only the initial version of this system, [TM2 Only] — on the contrary, allows to involve an improved version of this technology, and [TM1 and TM2] — allows to select automatically a necessary variant depending on the installed processor.

The initiating variant of protection against overheating (Thermal Monitor 1) implies that at excess of threshold temperature the processor starts to pass automatically clock periods, reducing thus a thermal emission at the expense of productivity falling — includes so-called throttling. The advanced mechanism (Thermal Monitor 2) is more floppy — at overheating the processor reduces the factor with a simultaneous voltage reduction of a supply of a kernel. Besides greater efficiency it allows to diagnose the fact of critical rise in temperature easily.

Other options identical to destination:

CPU Internal Thermal Control

CPU Thermal Monitor 2 (TM2)

CPU TM function

Pentium 4 Thermal Monitor

Thermal Management

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