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AMD Phenom II 1055T Stock fan noise and RPM?

post #1 of 13
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Hi all,

Got the following rig recently:

AMD 1055T
Gigabyte 880M mobo
MSI ATI 6850 1 GB DDR5
Corsair CX 500 PSU
1 TB Seagate HDD
Samsung DVD Writer
Corsair 4 GB 1600 Mhz RAM
Cooler Master Elite 371 Cabinet

Now, I am getting lots of fan noise. Its irritating. I am using stock AMD cooler as Cooler Master one was not available.
Following is speedfan pic whe system IDLE:

speedfanf.png


Room Temperature here is 38 C.

During Passmark CPU benchmarks i.e. CPU on load:

tempstd.png

Now, following are my queries:

1. What is that TMPIN2 temperature? That goes upto 59 C while gaming.

2. My core Temperatures never go above 47 on load, and remain 33 on idle, so do I need to worry?

3. Now, the fan noise is irritating. It runs on 4500 to 5000 RPM when idle, and goes upto 6683 RPM when on load. So, will it last? Are these normal speeds for stock fans?
post #2 of 13
core temps are good..you have a smidgen of headroom there..
as for tempin2..idk..could be northbridge..1 is the IHS
 
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Thanks for the reply. So, there is not a problem with load temperatures, right?
Also, I am planning to get CM Hyper 212 CPU cooler, but not for 2-3 months atleast.
So, how will the stock fan hold up? It will be running at those speeds whenever PC is ON.
post #4 of 13
With an ambient temp of 38, you're not going to have the coolest of rigs.

1. I presume TMPIN2 is a motherboard sensor, maybe the chipset? Someone else will know more than I do. tongue.gif

2. Most MB temperature sensors are not accurate at idle, so that 33 is probably not correct.
Idle temps don't really matter that much, just as long as you're under 62 under load, you're fine.
Most people like to stay under 55 though, so you're ok temp wise. thumb.gif

3. You don't need to worry about the stock fan 'lasting', they're designed to run at those speeds.
If the noise bothers you, the only thing we can do is tell you to get an after market cooler, like the Cooler Master 212.

Hope this helps thumb.gif
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^Thanks. So if TMPIN2 is Motherboard sensor, is that temperature fine for motherboard? Do I need to worry? I have ordered a Cooler Master Case fan to see if it helps.

Also, regarding stock fan, noise is the only issue, right? I was worried that the fan running continuosly at those speeds might wear it out. Thanks for clarifying.

I am a n00b, my first real PC build, so no expertise in these temperatures and readings. Installing CM Hyper 212 will be a humongous task, so I want to delay it if possible.
post #6 of 13
my old 1055t had bad sensors, they are offsset by about 10-12C. my room temp were around 25C and almost every temperature software i can find out there says that it idles at around 17-20C which is impossible for the stock cooler, also after some research there are other people with this issue as well.
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post #7 of 13
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Well mine is working fine then. Ambient temperature around 33-38 C, and idle temperatures for CPU are around 33-35. So seems correct I think.
post #8 of 13
also is your stock cpu fan sounding like a jet engine? if it is then try having an intake fan directly next to it becasue the fan is ambient-air temp controlled which means the hotter the air the fan is sucking in, it will spin fastereven if the mobo is giving signals of low speed.
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post #9 of 13
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Oh, it does sound like a jet engine. I have ordered a Cooler Master fan online, and planning to attach it next to it as an intake.
Till then I am keeping my case open. Hope that doesn't cause any issue.
post #10 of 13
Open case will give you lower temps than close case with a case fan. If the noise bothers you, you won't have any other choice but to change the horrible 6500rpm stock fan (but seriously, no big deal to change, don't be afraid of that, just take your time thumb.gif).

Edit : where do you live to have such a hot room?
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