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There was DEFINETLY a bigger bottleneck on bulldozer]
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There was DEFINETLY a bigger bottleneck on bulldozer]

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theres idk more fluent fps looooooooolll
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I have the Gigabyte GA-990XA-UD3 and a Xigmatek GoGreen 500Watt PSU.

I'd recheck your temperature monitoring, it may be an erroneous reading at 45C under load at 1.525v with that cooler.
At similar ratings my H100 is around 65C, and they're generally comparable.
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I said socket not cpu temp. My max cpu core temp was 51*C. Sorry, yes it is or still around there I believe.

"Socket" is your CPU temp. That's what's supposed to stay under 62C with the reason being that AMD CPU's do not have thermal sensors, so the 51C you see is just a calculated value and is wrong 99% of the time.
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"Socket" is your CPU temp. That's what's supposed to stay under 62C with the reason being that AMD CPU's do not have thermal sensors, so the 51C you see is just a calculated value and is wrong 99% of the time.

No, you are wrong.

Core temp is to say under 62C, not CPU temp(socket temp).


The reason you hear "calculated", is because AMD hasn't assigned the regular degree increments to the core temp. It's just "cold" through "hot", with great accuracy. It's then converted through the calculated value to show a Core temp. The core temp calculation is calibrated to peak loads (+45C), so it's very accurate at the high end, but not accurate in the low end(why you see really low minimum values).

There have been plenty of posts where AMD says specifically the CORE temp should stay below 62C for best life.
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"Socket" is your CPU temp. That's what's supposed to stay under 62C with the reason being that AMD CPU's do not have thermal sensors, so the 51C you see is just a calculated value and is wrong 99% of the time.

No, you are wrong.

Core temp is to say under 62C, not CPU temp(socket temp).


The reason you hear "calculated", is because AMD hasn't assigned the regular degree increments to the core temp. It's just "cold" through "hot". It's then converted through the calculated value to show a Core temp. The core temp calculation is calibrated to peak loads (+45C), so it's very accurate at the high end, but not accurate in the low end(why you see really low minimum values).

There have been plenty of posts where AMD says specifically the CORE temp should stay below 62C for best life.

Then link them, because all my Ph IIs and my 8320 all run fine up to about 65C Socket/Package temp. Every single post I've seen said the Core temp is useless, but the Chip temp is what you need to watch.
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just installed my 8320 quick testing ive got it at 4.5ghz atm and 50mhz OC on my gpu.

Will run some more tests tomorrow when I get home from work. Trying to get it to 5.0ghz. temps don't go over 54C.

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"Socket" is your CPU temp. That's what's supposed to stay under 62C with the reason being that AMD CPU's do not have thermal sensors, so the 51C you see is just a calculated value and is wrong 99% of the time.

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Then link them, because all my Ph IIs and my 8320 all run fine up to about 65C Socket/Package temp. Every single post I've seen said the Core temp is useless, but the Chip temp is what you need to watch.

uh, OK.

http://www.overclock.net/t/931241/interesting-information-from-amd-about-1090t#post_12240690

http://www.overclock.net/t/1095360/straight-from-amd-the-correct-temp-to-read-for-your-processor

http://www.overclock.net/t/931241/interesting-information-from-amd-about-1090t/30#post_12250600
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As long as your core values do not exceed 62 Celsius within the AMD Overdrive utility your processor will not occur any damage or degradation.
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As long as your core temperature has not exceeded the high side of the 60 degree mark for extended periods of time you should be ok. 62 degrees holds a generous safety net to begin with.

I hope I was able to answer your questions, If you have any more inquiries don't hesitate to contact us.


Thank You

Alex Cromwell
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Advanced Micro Devices
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2950 East Harmony Road
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80528-9558


Don't let core temp go over 62 degrees, per AMD for best life.

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You forgot http://www.overclock.net/t/1128821/amd-temp-information-and-guide tongue.gif
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