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Here is a quick stock run for you eclipse. Everything is defaulted in the BIOS except C&Q=disabled, RAM timings/voltage set.
Temps are so lovely with this chip. I have ambients of 80F and this chip booted up at 64F

My other 1055T boots up at 22C @ 3.9Ghz w/1.4v (for sale)
very nice I will be looking forward to your OC results and what load temps max out at!
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I posted this: http://www.overclock.net/10405072-post12.html at the AMD cpu forum but I wanted imput from other users/owners of the MOBO.
What on this image of Everest is the 790FX (Northbridge) and the CPU-NB (Northbridge) I have 2 readings Motherboard -low and chill- and Northbridge -hot as hell- which one is the MOBO's and which one is the CPU.

I have my CPU with a Thermaltake FRIO -great cooler- but my ambient's are not helping -arround 24- this time of the year (a hot week on winter in Argentina) son I'm not sure if there is something wrong with Everest's sensors or something is burning up.

Any imput will be appreciated.

Martin.-
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I posted this: http://www.overclock.net/10405072-post12.html at the AMD cpu forum but I wanted imput from other users/owners of the MOBO.
What on this image of Everest is the 790FX (Northbridge) and the CPU-NB (Northbridge) I have 2 readings Motherboard -low and chill- and Northbridge -hot as hell- which one is the MOBO's and which one is the CPU.

I have my CPU with a Thermaltake FRIO -great cooler- but my ambient's are not helping -arround 24- this time of the year (a hot week on winter in Argentina) son I'm not sure if there is something wrong with Everest's sensors or something is burning up.

Any imput will be appreciated.

Martin.-
There was a dispute about what the real NB temp was for this board, but the general agreement is that Everest is reporting the right temp (also Speedfan's Remote temp).

Getting back to the topic, the Northbridge is obviously that big heatsink(the one with Dr. MOS on it) next to your CPU that holds your Northbridge chip and that WILL get hot compared to your other components. BTW, the max safe temp for the Northbridge is 80°C, so you're still in the green zone.

Many of us in this forum have actually removed the heatsink for the North/Southbridge and have taken out the pink, sticky gunk that MSI used as thermal compound. It's really bad and should be replaced with another thermal compound to lower your Northbridge temps about 10-15°C. You should idle at 40-50°C afterwards. Also, the ideal CPU-NB freq. for 3.8ghz(CPU) should be anywhere between 2600-2800mhz.

This is a picture of my system @ idle and OCed to 4ghz(CPU) and 3000mhz(NB). The only weird thing about Everest is that it reports a higher NB voltage than what you set in your BIOS, for example, I set it to 1.35v in the BIOS menu, but Everest reports it at 1.55v, like it does below.


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check page #717. sendblink23 went all out and called msi knowing he would be on hold for upwards of 2 hours. msi stated that the temp in bios is correct. with speedfan, temp2 is the northbridge temp, not remote1. aod nb temp is TMPIN2.
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My 790FX system will be my virtualization test bench soon.

Nice to see the thread up and running

Waiting for 16GB RAM and a 1090T for the next weeks. I'll post the results.
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Hello
One question plix
In the system of my signature when i unlock the fourth core
and i go to boot i get BSOD.
Any ideas? Thank you
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Hello
One question plix
In the system of my signature when i unlock the fourth core
and i go to boot i get BSOD.
Any ideas? Thank you
unlocking cores isn't guaranteed. you could try giving it more voltage. try it with everything at default or failsafe settings maybe.
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Yea i know.
When i trie it it was all on default , i trie later with more
volt to see.If work i will be happy if not well i know i have one
genuine 3core .Thank you for the info
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Yea i know.
When i trie it it was all on default , i trie later with more
volt to see.If work i will be happy if not well i know i have one
genuine 3core .Thank you for the info
give this a read.
http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/53...ore-cache.html
im sure it will help.
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Thank you for the tip
It help very good cos i have few questions more.
Check this too -->http://www.overclock.net/10441036-post1577.html
There i was more luckier (apologies is not MSI motherboard).
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