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I've downloaded HW Monitor and it shows different temps for the cpu, heres the lists:

Asus m5a99x evo
CPU (min)39c (max)40
AMD Phenom 1090t
Core 0 - 5 (min)30c (max)35c

which is which?
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post #12 of 23
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Originally Posted by evilvyse View Post
I've downloaded HW Monitor and it shows different temps for the cpu, heres the lists:

Asus m5a99x evo
CPU (min)39c (max)40
AMD Phenom 1090t
Core 0 - 5 (min)30c (max)35c

which is which?
It's Core @ 30-35C, just make sure it's under load for accurate temps.
post #13 of 23
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been on for hours now. whats the range for safe temps for 1090t?
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been on for hours now. whats the range for safe temps for 1090t?
Keep it below 62C or 60C for extended periods.
You may find stability issues as you approach 55C.
post #15 of 23
disable those turbo core if you are overclocking
post #16 of 23
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It's not advisable to OC with stock cooler right?
I would love to have this 1090t at 3.7ghz but with which cooler?
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post #17 of 23
You can get a bit out of the stock cooler, but not much.

If you have the budget, look at the Noctua NH-D14 or the thermalright Silver Arrow. They're both top end air coolers with pretty equal performance, so get whichever is cheaper when you buy.

If you're on a budget, the CoolerMaster 212+ is a good choice.

The D14 is currently $85 on newegg, whereas the 212 is about $25.

Hope this helps!
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It's not advisable to OC with stock cooler right?
I would love to have this 1090t at 3.7ghz but with which cooler?
It is better to get an aftermarket cooler. They are usually quiter, run cooler and look cooler. Why stop at 3.7? Your processor will already automatically go to 3.6GHZ when needed (which is why we disable the turbo) So you already know it is capable of doing a little more than that. There are many opinons on coolers. True some cool better than others, but I did a balance of what looks good in my rig while still doing the job and it isn't loud at all. This is the one I have http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835106142

It isn't the best one out there, but it still quite and keeps a good temp. At 100% load I hit about 53C, when playing a high end game maxed out I reach 43C-45C at 1400RPMs.and that is going from 3.2-4.1GHz on the 1090T.

Edit: I forgot to mention that disabling 2 of your cores on your processor will help you keep CPU cooler as well. Unless you do video editing or something you really won't use them that much anyway. I bought the 1090T BE because I heard it did well with overclocking and it was still a reasonable price. I can always have the option to use the other two cores later if more applications and especially if more games would take advantage of it.
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post #19 of 23
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It is better to get an aftermarket cooler. They are usually quiter, run cooler and look cooler. Why stop at 3.7? Your processor will already automatically go to 3.6GHZ when needed (which is why we disable the turbo) So you already know it is capable of doing a little more than that. There are many opinons on coolers. True some cool better than others, but I did a balance of what looks good in my rig while still doing the job and it isn't loud at all. This is the one I have http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835106142

It isn't the best one out there, but it still quite and keeps a good temp. At 100% load I hit about 53C, when playing a high end game maxed out I reach 43C-45C at 1400RPMs.and that is going from 3.2-4.1GHz on the 1090T.

Edit: I forgot to mention that disabling 2 of your cores on your processor will help you keep CPU cooler as well. Unless you do video editing or something you really won't use them that much anyway. I bought the 1090T BE because I heard it did well with overclocking and it was still a reasonable price. I can always have the option to use the other two cores later if more applications and especially if more games would take advantage of it.
I was asking if it's possible to default it at 3.6/3.7 since, just like you said it could already go there when needed. If so, what are the voltages/settings i need to change in bios?
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post #20 of 23
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I was asking if it's possible to default it at 3.6/3.7 since, just like you said it could already go there when needed. If so, what are the voltages/settings i need to change in bios?
BIOS is different on some motherboards and hardware is different from each other. What I personally did was go to the multiplier bump it up and ran Prime95 for like 10 minutes each time. If it errors it will usually be right away. If it doesn't error reboot go back to your multiplier and bump it up another .5. Keep repeating these steps until you either get a BSOD or an error in Prime95. THEN that is when you mess with the voltage. In your BIOS you should see the CPU voltage, using the manual settings bump it one step at a time. If you get no BSODs or errors in Prime95 after increasing the voltages go back to multiplier and bump it up again and then when failing go back to the voltage. Basically you are going back and forth between the multiplier and voltage after you start getting errors to balance it out. . In my BIOS it was .025 at a time for the voltage. Once I got it to where I wasnlt getting any errors at all I would run prime95 for like 6 hours. Some do it more but it all depends.

Remember to disable quiet and cool, turbo boost, and CEI,
    
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