Philosophical question arose.
Calculated and checked on a short benchmark define that the processor E5-2680 (for example) with 2.7GHz and 130W in the turboboost mode with a 3.1 frequency and 8 active cores has maximum consumption 154W.
For example we assume that the cooling system can effectively dissipate of 160W heat from the processor for an unlimited time.
Whether the processor in this turboboost mode consume 154W unlimited time (ie always in time above the nominal 130 TDP) or jumps over nominal TDP only for a short time?
If a short time, then how turboboost works on lower consumption? Processor is interrupted at a very very short time (and we have compute jitter) ?
If consumes 154W unlimited time, which means the processor and all its electrical chains and power subsystem designed for 160W instead of 130W ?
Why, then, the manufacturer has not said about this?
Except for your interesting opinions was a good idea to get references to official sources.
Or where I have to contact for this question?
Thanks for you time