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Hi guys wanted some advise on temps for my 1055t


Whats the average temp you would expect from a 1055t with a stock cooler?

with load and idle.

at the moment hardware monitor says all cores are 20c, and the TMPIN is giving me 35c

these are both at idle

In prime load is 38c on all cores and 49c on the TMPIN


Any advise if these are good bad results, many thanks sa complete OC noob
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post #2 of 5
tmpin seems to be the more accurate one.]

i wouldnt start trying any high overclocking untill you get a better cooler, just keep in mind that 62C is the max temp you should achieve before your cpu will start to loose its life faster.

I also suggest taht you fill out your system specs for your signature in the user control panel
post #3 of 5
I think alaska is right the tmpin seems to be more accurate as those temps are what I would expect with a stock cooler youll definetly need a better cooler to do much overclocking at all
post #4 of 5
Your load temps are well within
62C is where I would stop
Cooler is better as it might actually allow you to lower your voltage if you have better cooling (Phenom II likes running cool)
post #5 of 5
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Cheers for the replies.

I have:
TMPIN0
TMPIN1

From what i can make out the TMPIN1 is normally the CPU socket temp, but i have also found out that in the case of ASUS motherboards TMPIN0 is the socket temp.

Am i right in saying that one is the socket temp and the other is the MOSFET temp?

Which brings me to question the results i got, i ran Prime and noticed the heatsync on the MOSFETs was extremly hot, which not the case when not on full load.

I have a screenshot of the temps for when i ran Prime. also i am not using a stock cooler.

Cheers John
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