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Originally Posted by samwillc;15149239 
Of great, I will try again. I was getting 44c at load in the core and 57c in the CPU at 3.7GHz with 1.4v.

So my temps aren't *too* bad looking at this.

Yep, 44C "Core Temp" means you have plenty of headroom to overclock more if you can get it stable. Good luck!

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Maybe the incorrect readings in the CPU temp at higher temps would explain why my core temp was fast approaching my CPU temp under load.
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Nice guide

So i guess my x955 is too hot after 1-2h full load reach around 59º
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Awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    
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Great read, love threads like this biggrin.gif
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I don't want to sound redundant, but I really want to be sure that I am reading this post correctly. The cpu cores is all that matters for the AMD Phenoms? So if I have a CPU Temp of 57c at idle and say I have about 30c on the Core Temps at idle I can just ignore the 57c CPU Temp? What about the CPU temp in the bios? Is it pretty much useless? I really need to know. It has been about 8 years since I have built a computer and lots of things have changed and I am jumping back in. I have been looking for this answer all night because I wanted to be careful and really want to overclock my 1090T BE and majority of post have been mixed or confusing answer. This seems to be black and white. Thanks in advance!
    
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I don't want to sound redundant, but I really want to be sure that I am reading this post correctly. The cpu cores is all that matters for the AMD Phenoms? So if I have a CPU Temp of 57c at idle and say I have about 30c on the Core Temps at idle I can just ignore the 57c CPU Temp? What about the CPU temp in the bios? Is it pretty much useless? I really need to know. It has been about 8 years since I have built a computer and lots of things have changed and I am jumping back in. I have been looking for this answer all night because I wanted to be careful and really want to overclock my 1090T BE and majority of post have been mixed or confusing answer. This seems to be black and white. Thanks in advance!

Idle temps will not be accurate, "Core Temp" isn't designed for it. Where you want to watch it is under load. "CPU Temp" in BIOS is the same value in Windows, it's read from the sensor in the socket and that's what causes it to be inaccurate - especially at load.
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Idle temps will not be accurate, "Core Temp" isn't designed for it. Where you want to watch it is under load. "CPU Temp" in BIOS is the same value in Windows, it's read from the sensor in the socket and that's what causes it to be inaccurate - especially at load.

Thank you so much! You don't know how many times I was resetting my fan and heat sink LOL. Last time I built a computer you only really had the case and one cpu temperature to worry about (school and life got in the way). I will be overclocking tomorrow thanks again!
    
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Your welcome, glad I could help.
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Your welcome, glad I could help.

I have another question which I think I know the answer to. Since my CPU Temp in BIOS is not going to be the correct temp of my processor, I am assuming that when I get ready to overclock my processor (at work right now) that I should leave the shutdown disabled because the BIOS will think my cpu is :gunner2:overheating when it actually is not? I haven't had a chance to look but does programs like Coretemp or HW have something that has and audible warning or shutdown in case of an emergency? Any other advice on my prep will be appreciated as well and hope this is not getting to much off topic.
    
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