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I've got much the same board as you, just with USB3. I've had my 1055t at 4GHz (1.455V) for about 6 months now, with ghetto rigged heatsinks on the MOSFETs, so I don't think it's your board. Just out of interest, what aftermarket sinks are you using?

Enzotech MOS-C1 C1100, and I've got a little 40mm fan wedged in there blowing down onto them. I made sure to keep this sucker as cool as I can. I've also read of others overclocking 125 x6's on these boards. Before the heatsinks, the mosfets never got hot to the touch, not at all, even when running Prime at 4.2 for 7 hours at 1.47, and 117watts in HM.
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I haven't seen any 1055t's that were 95watt, which is the main reason I went with it and was hoping to pair it with a budget board for another build.
And I'm aware of the limitations of this board, which is why, in another post, I was hoping to simply push up the FSB on this chip while keeping the voltages at stock, and being a 95 watt CPU, trusting that it simply wouldn't just starting sucking 180 watts through the mosfets.
It's not so much the TDP that's important. The x6's in general pull more power than the x4's do. That's why most of the dead boards happen from running an x6. The x6's are usually 125w, and the 955BE is also 125w. I've seen the x6's blow up mosfets, while the 955BE is fine on the same board.

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I've got much the same board as you, just with USB3. I've had my 1055t at 4GHz (1.455V) for about 6 months now, with ghetto rigged heatsinks on the MOSFETs, so I don't think it's your board. Just out of interest, what aftermarket sinks are you using?
You're brave, that's all I have to say.
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I've been looking. Haven't found it on Newegg, Tigerdirect, Superbizz?? and one or two others the last I was looking..

Still keeping any eye out though..

have u looked by the part number?

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It's not so much the TDP that's important. The x6's in general pull more power than the x4's do. That's why most of the dead boards happen from running an x6. The x6's are usually 125w, and the 955BE is also 125w. I've seen the x6's blow up mosfets, while the 955BE is fine on the same board.


I'm aware of that, however, I would neeeeeeeeeeeever put a 125 watt x6 on this board...hence the only reason for the 95watt is just that is 95watt. I understand I'm still taking a chance, but I happen to kill my Gigabyte, it will just mean I'll go out and get a 990x! I won't be keeping it on this board for much longer anyways, its going into a second rig. Just need to decide what is a good board, preferably inexpensive one to go with.

But back to the original reason for this post... I don't want to spend 150$ on a board just to learn that this 135$ cpu won't overclock anymore than on my current one.
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But back to the original reason for this post... I don't want to spend 150$ on a board just to learn that this 135$ cpu won't overclock anymore than on my current one.

Newegg overcharges on their processors, especially the high end AMD ones.

I was able to find 1090t's all day long for 160 shipped retail on ebay last month from reputable dealers. Those things can get to 4ghz pretty easy having an unlocked multi.

But considering your board, the 1035t was a good choice, even though I have seen them go for 100 flat on ebay
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You're brave, that's all I have to say.
If it blows, I've got a damn good excuse to upgrade
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