AMD Turbo CORE is deterministic, governed by power draw, not temperature as other competing products are. This means that even in warmer climates you’ll be able to take advantage of that extra headroom if you choose. This helps ensure a max frequency is workload dependent, making it more consistent and repeatable.
How does this work? Being deterministic is nice, but surely it has to down-clock if the temperature is getting out of hand? And shouldn't the power draw be constant at any given frequency? Unless of course the temperature change somehow influences it and thus it is still governed by temperature, just not directly.