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So I bought all these new fancy fans, put the one on the back socket, ran prime95 small fft's cores were like 62 and socket 68, which made me quite happy....until I put the backplate and now I'm back at 64 core (which is cool) but the socket @ 77.... damn it.

Fan positioning at the back can make or break the socket temps.

I can see up to 15C variance on my playbench. Not in a case. The bottom of the mobo is open with 3K RPM in a small AC'd room.
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Looks like these asus boards are hot socket boards. UD5 here and never have problems with socket temps. They are always much lower than cores and without socket fans.
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What do you use your rig for? what motherboard do you have? What cpu cooler? Where is your 1055 currently clocked at?

Sometimes gaming. Don't do that much of that these days. Browsing, Downloading. Maybe the odd few encoding now and then.

ASUS Crosshair V

AKASA 965

My 1055T is currently around 3.9GHz with the Northbridge @ 3000MHz
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What do you use your rig for? what motherboard do you have? What cpu cooler? Where is your 1055 currently clocked at?

Sometimes gaming. Don't do that much of that these days. Browsing, Downloading. Maybe the odd few encoding now and then.

ASUS Crosshair V

AKASA 965

My 1055T is currently around 3.9GHz with the Northbridge @ 3000MHz

I didn't think they made the AKASA 965 for the AMD platform, apparently I'm mistaken.

I'd say you are fine with what you have. If you did move up to an 8 core Vishera, you would need a better cooler to be able to get enough of an overclock to noticeably out perform the 1055.

Probably the most noticeable advantage would be that the Vishera 8 core is a demon in the desktop environment, much quicker than anything else I've used, 8 thread capable I 7's included.
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I didn't think they made the AKASA 965 for the AMD platform, apparently I'm mistaken.

I'd say you are fine with what you have. If you did move up to an 8 core Vishera, you would need a better cooler to be able to get enough of an overclock to noticeably out perform the 1055.

Probably the most noticeable advantage would be that the Vishera 8 core is a demon in the desktop environment, much quicker than anything else I've used, 8 thread capable I 7's included.

Thanks. Any idea when we can expect new AMD Desktop CPU's (Not APU's)? I have nothing against APU's but wish they had a 6 core equivalent. Otherwise I wouldn't bother asking this question.

But yeah. I did need to push on upgrading my cooler. I might go for the XSPC Rasa kit or Corsair H80i
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Because some don't think that an AMD chip is capable of powering that card, silly ain't it?

And if you have FS Extreme then you have FS Ultra (both part of 3DMark Advanved Edition)
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I didn't think they made the AKASA 965 for the AMD platform, apparently I'm mistaken.

I'd say you are fine with what you have. If you did move up to an 8 core Vishera, you would need a better cooler to be able to get enough of an overclock to noticeably out perform the 1055.

Probably the most noticeable advantage would be that the Vishera 8 core is a demon in the desktop environment, much quicker than anything else I've used, 8 thread capable I 7's included.
With the 8320 at this stage, why not? I think the Akasa 965 was intended for 775 Quads, if I'm not mistaken? It's only natural as the resolution goes up, the need for the dankest CPU goes down, and Vishera won't exactly suffer in a multithreaded environment.

@Awarn, I'd suggest getting an H220X and then expanding the loop if required, say when you get a really nice card. AMD announced a new architecture and unified socket a few months back, so I'd place my bets on Q4 2015 to Q2 2016, and finally glorious DDR4.
Edited by X-Alt - 6/23/15 at 6:30am
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Benchmarks are just half of the story.

The thing is, if you go for Intel Desktop CPUs like a 4790K, and I stick with an FX, for the same amount, I can get a TI version and you'll end up with a non TI for the GPUs. All things considered.
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With the 8320 at this stage, why not? I think the Akasa 965 was intended for 775 Quads, if I'm not mistaken? It's only natural as the resolution goes up, the need for the dankest CPU goes down, and Vishera won't exactly suffer in a multithreaded environment.

@Awarn, I'd suggest getting an H220X and then expanding the loop if required, say when you get a really nice card. AMD announced a new architecture and unified socket a few months back, so I'd place my bets on Q4 2015 to Q2 2016, and finally glorious DDR4.

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Think I'll wait it out then. I hope DDR4 won't be too pricey at that time. My DDR3 TridentX Sticks are still fairly new.
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Think I'll wait it out then. I hope DDR4 won't be too pricey at that time. My DDR3 TridentX Sticks are still fairly new.
With that said, it looks like it's time to start a loop for your future setup, or get a shiny new card, hehe. Either way, your wallet may or may not be satisfied. Plus, you'll be an international hero for using a Thuban with a new card, clearly.
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With that said, it looks like it's time to start a loop for your future setup, or get a shiny new card, hehe. Either way, your wallet may or may not be satisfied.

Yeah. Going to save for a loop. Need a better case though as I only have a "Zalman Z11 Plus"
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