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In order to better understand your previous communication, could you please tell us the document # of the datasheet that you have listed? By the way, could you please confirm that you mean Thermal Control Circuit when you mentioned the acronym TCC?
Thanks in advance for your collaboration to find the proper information to help you.
page 76 figure 21 & table 27
In any way the i7-4700EQ goes in C1 already around the 85C ? clocks goes down ....
When I look to the 4th gen core processor datasheet1. I see different PCG 2013 A B C D each time with different TCC and offset values
What's the TCC value for the i7-4700EQ ?
We build a realtime application and expect is TCC = 100C
Is it possible to change the clock from 2 core and 2-core keeps running in C0-state?
Thanks for your clarification.
Based on your previous reply, it is important to let you know that the datasheet that you are using is unrelated to the Intel processor that you have mentioned; because this device is based on the 4th Generation Intel(R) Core processor Mobile M- processor Line SKUs. This information is stated in Table 5, on page 18 of the Mobile 4th Gen Intel(R) Core(TM) Processors Specification Update document # 328903, as is showed at the following screenshot:
Due to this fact, the proper Datasheet is the 4th generation Intel(R) Core(TM) processor family mobile datasheet vol. 1 (M- and H-processor).
Please let us know if this information is useful to you.