Creation club stuff “Could be canon”, which really sounds like not canon, but they wanted to write certain aspects to be close to it. I feel its breathing a line of “obviously we know some things don fit, but others do”. The answer is kind of a cop out to be honest .
With the junction temperature sensor hitting 109C we reached out to AMD to see if this was anything to be concerned about. The Radeon VII product manager informed us thatwe may see occasional spikes over110Cduring stress testing, depending on ambient temps and that is considered normal. When it came to our question about what is themax junction temperature and what happens when that is reached That is a bit more complicated.110Cjunction temperature is the point where Radeon VII starts to throttle118C junction temperature is the software cutoff point120C junction temperature is the hardware cutoff pointSo, hitting 109C on the junction temperature while gaming at stock clock speeds is more than okay according to AMD.
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Highlights: The Atwood Ave reconstruction geometry is at the last meeting of Ped Bike Motor Vehicles Commission for approval on Tuesday. The Historic Preservation Plan Advisory Committee meets Wednesday. The Public Market Development Committee will be voting on issuing an RFP seeking an architectural and engineering consultant design team to draw up final plans for the Public Market based on the property owner’s updated (redesigned) site plan.
The RFP represents the first time that money from the City’s Affordable Housing Fund will be used to support proposals not seeking federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits. Opening up access to the city’s Affordable Housing Funds to a new field of applicants will give agencies an opportunity to be creative in how they create new housing units, such as through the expansion of housing cooperatives or community land trusts. The hope is that by combining local and federal funds together, we can maximize the opportunities available for local nonprofits to be successful in achieving their mission of serving Madison’s lowest income residents..