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I don't see how a max can have a range...thats what a max is. But regardless, I would have no issue with temps being in the upper 50s during prime95. Your pc will not see that kind of load in many other circumstances anyways.


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I agree with that but temps aren't really what I was worried about. I'm worried about having the higher vcore for a 24/7 machine. Not to mention my motherboard sucks and I dont want to blow the mofsets.
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I would worry about the mobo more than the CPU. Like I said 1.4x for 24/7 is fine. My 1100t is still running at 4.2ghz at 1.46 in my bros computer without issue. And I had it at 1.53v for many months.

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I would worry about the mobo more than the CPU. Like I said 1.4x for 24/7 is fine. My 1100t is still running at 4.2ghz at 1.46 in my bros computer without issue. And I had it at 1.53v for many months.

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Awesome that makes me feel better. This chip gets such awesome temperatures I would bet it is an amazing overclocker. I wont be able to find out until some point in the future when I get a real motherboard. Hopefully a true x16 x16 PciE or at least x8 x8. Lmao why did I buy this thing....
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Edit: I see that your a folder. Can you think of any reason that I can run Prime for 12 hours, run linx for like 2 hours on a large problem number (4 gigs of ram worth) and Aida64 stability test for 12 hours, all reporting NO errors but when I start my folding client (v7 beta) the a4 core eventually crashes???
Just a note on this. 4.5GHZ settings for normal use - gaming, rendering, ect I had down in a couple hours (200*22.5). Then of course I did Y-Cruncher for a few hours, adjusted a few settings, and then finished with a 24HR Prime95 test - all was good. Then I tried Folding big -bigadv WUs on a virtual Linux. The first WU failed then locked up the entire system - *face palm*. After 10HRS straight, testing every variable (one at a time), even things that didn't make sense I finally got it to fold without a hitch (250*18, with other settings tweaked). 2 days later it finished the WU and has been doing it ever since 24/7 with load temps never cracking 40C - typically 38-40C. So in short folding stresses the CPU like no other "stress" program ever will and it has requirements that normal overclocking does not require - it's very picky, especially at higher speeds.
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So in short folding stresses the CPU like no other "stress" program ever will and it has requirements that normal overclocking does not require - it's very picky, especially at higher speeds.
You could not be more right, I was amazed the other night when I quit running prime and linx to start folding, it wasnt long at all before the core temps were a degree or two higher than either torture tests could do!
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