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have you tried cpu/nb up at 2400mhz ?
i asumed your talking about ram here?

No not ram. was talking gpu`s, particularly hd7870
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Where did u get that ridiculous information please ??
The part about the max temp being 61c is true and is stated by AMD. I'll find better documentation when I'm not posting from a cell phone.
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1741/18/
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The part about the max temp being 61c is true and is stated by AMD. I'll find better documentation when I'm not posting from a cell phone.
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1741/18/

the actual max for the chip is 90c. The chip will throttle down above 61c (61c amd core temp) Amd has some funky temperature sensors which don't exactly work like intel's. So if your core temp reading is over 61c that's bad. It means your close to the 90c limit the chip can take. Most of the time the core temp will actually report temps which are below ambient at idle and much lower than actual chip temp under load. Like i said Funky.

Don't ask me why its that way, ask Amd, but its been this way since the original phenoms.

On a side note who's ready for piledriver reviews :-)
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61C° is max RECOMMENDED temperature at witch AMD guarantees that chip will operate properly. It is not MAX temp that chip can withstand. CPU can go above 61C°, and operate just fine. It will SHUT it self down or throttle if temperature is to high so no damage will occure. If for example chip was at 1.55v, and keeps overheating occasionally, it will take some time to chip take any damage.
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Right ,and anytime my 8150 heats up to 62c, 63c, the PC shuts down. So it would seem that this is the max operating temperature, because if the computer is shut down the CPU isn't operating. biggrin.gifthumb.gif
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Right ,and anytime my 8150 heats up to 62c, 63c, the PC shuts down. So it would seem that this is the max operating temperature, because if the computer is shut down the CPU isn't operating. biggrin.gifthumb.gif

yep my 8120 is the same, 62 degrees and it freezes and needs to be reset. have put a water loop on it now...
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61C° is max RECOMMENDED temperature at witch AMD guarantees that chip will operate properly. It is not MAX temp that chip can withstand. CPU can go above 61C°, and operate just fine. It will SHUT it self down or throttle if temperature is to high so no damage will occure. If for example chip was at 1.55v, and keeps overheating occasionally, it will take some time to chip take any damage.

no sir, 61c is not the max recommended temp. Tjmax on bulldozers is 90c. But like i said Amd temp probes monitor Core temp differently. 61c Core temp is the max recommended temperature. However 61c core temp is like the chip actually running at 90c, its just the way its reported. Its wonky. No damage to the chip until you reach higher than 90c actual cpu temp.

61c on the core temp on the amd processors does not mean the Chip is running at 61c. It actually running a lot hotter than that. Typing this message right now my core temp is reported at 15c. The ambient temperature in my room is 23c. So its impossible that the core temp is lower than my ambient temp. Given the fact its not being cooled by Ln2, phase change, or a tec unit. (all of which have the ability to give you lower than ambient temps). So don't believe the myth that Amd cpu's will die past 61c. The Cpu will take damage past 61c reported core temp. Or 90c Actual chip temp.
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Hm, i know for incorrect low temps. At idle or temps below 45C, cores temp means nothing. AMD sasy that cores temp are give or take accuarte at load and above 45C. That is what AMD sasy, not invented by me. I didnt experience thermal shut down on my chip becouse it didnt get near 60C cores temp under my NH-D14.
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I have no idea what your argument is anymore.
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The part about the max temp being 61c is true and is stated by AMD. I'll find better documentation when I'm not posting from a cell phone.
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/1741/18/

the actual max for the chip is 90c. The chip will throttle down above 61c (61c amd core temp) Amd has some funky temperature sensors which don't exactly work like intel's. So if your core temp reading is over 61c that's bad. It means your close to the 90c limit the chip can take. Most of the time the core temp will actually report temps which are below ambient at idle and much lower than actual chip temp under load. Like i said Funky.

Don't ask me why its that way, ask Amd, but its been this way since the original phenoms.

On a side note who's ready for piledriver reviews :-)

That explains why my 955BE ran fine at 63c

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