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I have AIDA 64 to watch the temperatures and watch core temp as well as cpu, i'll run the stress test and post all my temps but the temps dont seem to be a big concern, tho i still wish it ran a little cooler at full load.
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Those voltages are fine, but just keep an eye on the temps. If its getting above 80-85 C, I wouldn't keep it for a 24/7 oc.
But if youve hit a wall, try turning Hyper Threading off. Make sure your LLC (Load Line Calibration) is set to Ultra High or Extreme to take care of the Vdroop. (This might be called something different on your board)

Also if you have an option to change the VRM managemet from Probe (temp) to Extreme (current regulation), change it to extreme, it will help give more consistant voltages.
You could also lower your bclock and up your multi.
Sometimes that helps.
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Originally Posted by Jtmarch86 View Post
Those voltages are fine, but just keep an eye on the temps. If its getting above 80-85 C, I wouldn't keep it for a 24/7 oc.
But if youve hit a wall, try turning Hyper Threading off. Make sure your LLC (Load Line Calibration) is set to Ultra High or Extreme to take care of the Vdroop. (This might be called something different on your board)

Also if you have an option to change the VRM managemet from Probe (temp) to Extreme (current regulation), change it to extreme, it will help give more consistant voltages.
You could also lower your bclock and up your multi.
Sometimes that helps.
Hope this helps
This thread is for a AMD 1090T processor (makes sense, we are in the AMD SECTION), it has NO hyper-threading and the max Core Temp for this CPU is 62C. You are referring to a Intel processor.
Edited by ALUCARDVPR - 9/10/11 at 5:49am
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My bad, I meant logical cores. (and theres no need to be a smart ass)

and 62C? damn I didn't realize it was that low.
Well either way. keep the pcie setting on auto so it stays at 100
going above that can make it unstable and even make data corruption more likely.

Personally, the first thing I do when getting a chip is test it on Prime95 at all stock. Just to make sure my chip is actually good.
If you haven't done that, you should. If it all works well, just start with the cpu oc alone. Don't complicate it by adding memory and sata changes.
    
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I'm not doing memory or sata changes, i did my stock tests, leaving prime open over night and ibt open for like 2 hours but thanks for the heads up
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Originally Posted by Jtmarch86 View Post
My bad, I meant logical cores. (and theres no need to be a smart ass)

and 62C? damn I didn't realize it was that low.
Doesn't have extra logical cores either - All AMD processors are physical native cores.

Just stating the facts, if you think that is smartass then so be it. No offense, but sounds like you have more experience with Intel, that's fine, but I also can't let you state incorrect information that could lead to someone burning up their CPU.

Yes 62C core temp is the recommended max for this CPU (and most AMD procs). It's essentially a large safety net as the thermal limit is 97C+ with a thermal shutdown at 90C. They recommend not exceeding 60C for extended periods of time however.

Read below, if your interested:

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Concerning your question regarding the temperatures with your processor. (1090) the maximum temperature threshold is 62 Celsius which set for the internal die (core) temperature of the chip. The core temperatures have an equational offset to determine temperature which equalizes at about 45 Celsius thus giving you more accurate readings at peak temperatures. The hindrance in this is the sub ambient idle temperature readings you speak of.

The silicon and adhesives used in manufacturing these processors has a peak temperature rating of 97+ Celsius before any form of degradation will take place. The processor also has a thermal shut off safe guard in place that shuts the processor down at 90 Celsius.

The Cpu temperature is read form a sensor embedded within the socket of your motherboard causing about a 7-10 Celsius variance form the actual Cpu temperature, which may be what you are reading about on the net.

You can use an application called AMD overdrive, that will allow you to monitor your temperatures accurately.

As long as your core temperature has not exceeded the high side of the 60 degree mark for extended periods of time you should be ok. 62 degrees holds a generous safety net to begin with.

I hope I was able to answer your questions, If you have any more inquiries don't hesitate to contact us.


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Edited by ALUCARDVPR - 9/10/11 at 11:19am
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