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I just got my 960T and CPU-Z says it's a Thuban. Does that mean it'll probably unlock? I don't want to try yet because I'm just using the stock cooler from my 1090T and it might push the voltage too far. As far as OC'ing I've been pushing the frequency inch by inch via the multiplier and I've gotten to 3.6GHz @ stock 1.3V easily. I'll keep going, but might stop if I manage 3.8GHz @ 1.3V

it's fine. just unlock it at stock clock and see if it does. temp should not be an issue even with the stock cooler. after finding out, you can go back with your business. before doing so, make sure to save a profile of your 3.8 GHz (quad) profile in bios.
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it's fine. just unlock it at stock clock and see if it does. temp should not be an issue even with the stock cooler. after finding out, you can go back with your business. before doing so, make sure to save a profile of your 3.8 GHz (quad) profile in bios.

When I got to 3.7 my system didn't crash, but none of my benchmarks would run, so I'm just going with 3.6 for now. I'll try unlocking though and hopefully all goes well.
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see you around Fate.

Oh I'll still be here, I'll just be hiding in the bushes like a Ninja. ninja.gif

On another note I may be getting another 960T in the near future for my folding rig I'm wanting to make. coolsmiley02.gif
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I think my chip degraded a bit. frown.gif Can't hit 4Ghz as a hexacore no matter how much volts i put in. Or it could be my ram. What do you guys think?
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You have same RAm as I do..I run it @ 7-8-8-20 hmm.64? (1600Mhz)
 
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Well, it seems my 960T can't unlock. BIOS won't even post when I turn on core unlocker. I've flashed the BIOS to the latest and still it's a no go. Until I find a solution I'll just play around with it as an X4
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Well, it seems my 960T can't unlock. I've updated the BIOS on my mobo and still it's a no go. Until I find a solution I'll just play around with it as an X4

yeh i have a X4 only 960T as well
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Should it still at least post if the unlock fails? I've had to clear CMOS every time because it won't post. I'm going to try putting it in my 990FX with my H80 tomorrow so I can safely raise the voltage. I'm hoping that's the problem otherwise I'm stuck with an X4.
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if it won't turn on the 2 x cores on the 990 it won't on any board
it won't post if in your bios you turn on the 2 x cores if the cores are bad or even if 1 is bad
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Lets do a little test here. I'm gonna run Intel burn test using 1 thread only, on Core #0. Then we'll look at core temps and "CPU" temps.
As you can see in the picture below, only one core is at full load, yet "Core temps" are identical for all four cores.... Not only that, 23*C is below my ambient temp anyways. The "CPU" temp is at 33*C and judging by the heat around the CPU (using my finger) that seems about right.
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Okay, now lets try it with 2 cores. Core #0 and Core #1. CPU temp went up 1*C and look at Core temps.... Then went up exactly 1*C on all four cores.
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Just for fun lets try 3 cores and see what happens.
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And we get the same result. Core temps are reading 26*C (which is about ambient) at 75% load. My cooling is pretty good, but its not that good, lol.
Not only that, you can see when "CPU" temp rose, so did Core temp. The core's themselves don't have an actual sensor to output temps, the "Core temp" temperature is purely a calculated value and is completely worthless IMO.

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Your low temps is expected because you got superior cooling and am assuming your ambient room temp is around 26c. Where as, i'm using air cooling and room temp is 33c cause i'm in the Caribbean and since your guys only monitor cpu/socket temp then programs like coretemp should be obsolete?

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I need some slight temperature knowledge for the 960t. I have multiple temperature sensor programs running each having its own different temp read out. First of all here are my specs,
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Here are my temp read outs.

I am confused about the HWmonitor between CPUTIN, and core temp. I tried running Prime95 and the core temp goes up but not CPUTIN. Another person told me that CPUTIN was too high because it was abobe 60C for the 960t, but it won't even go down, stays 60C even after a night being off. AMD Overdrive corresponds with core temp of the HWMonitor. CoreTemp is in between. And the Asrock Utility is in the negatives! Which should I base it off? I want to overclock but without knowing which temp to use is very confusing.

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I am confused about the HWmonitor between CPUTIN, and core temp. I tried running Prime95 and the core temp goes up but not CPUTIN. Another person told me that CPUTIN was too high because it was abobe 60C for the 960t, but it won't even go down, stays 60C even after a night being off. AMD Overdrive corresponds with core temp of the HWMonitor. CoreTemp is in between. And the Asrock Utility is in the negatives! Which should I base it off? I want to overclock but without knowing which temp to use is very confusing.



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You guys have to remember core temp readings are only good for a certain range,so at ambient temps or lower it won't read correctly. When using Core Temp I usually adjust the +/- offset around +10c to get accurate readings. It is actually measuring the temp between the heat spreader and the die.
With unlocked chips and using HWmonitor the safe CPUTIN is actually more like 70c, temporary excursions in the upper 60's is ok, 62c being the ideal maximum temp. So in other words if you compare temps between the Core Temp program and CPUTIN in HWMonitor,it would be about 10c lower in CoreTemp.
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I think my chip degraded a bit. frown.gif Can't hit 4Ghz as a hexacore no matter how much volts i put in. Or it could be my ram. What do you guys think?
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I think higher ambient temps will render overclocks you did when it was cooler unstable.
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You guys have to remember core temp readings are only good for a certain range,so at ambient temps or lower it won't read correctly. When using Core Temp I usually adjust the +/- offset around +10c to get accurate readings. It is actually measuring the temp between the heat spreader and the die.
With unlocked chips and using HWmonitor the safe CPUTIN is actually more like 70c, temporary excursions in the upper 60's is ok, 62c being the ideal maximum temp. So in other words if you compare temps between the Core Temp program and CPUTIN in HWMonitor,it would be about 10c lower in CoreTemp.
I think higher ambient temps will render overclocks you did when it was cooler unstable.

Not to mention tho, each core does not get an independent reading. If Core 0 is af 100% load and Core 1, 2 and 3 are at 0%, Core temp for all the cores will be the exact same temp. The idle cores not in use will still be at the same temperature as the core at full load.

To me, that is pretty much useless and I cannot see how that would even be close to accurate. Regardless tho, I gave up on core temp a long time ago. tongue.gif
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