1055T + 790XT-UD4P on F8D BIOS = Partially working; turbo core bugs voltage, Temperature sensor malfunctional
Well, strangely enough, my VCore on the 1055T was 1.472V when I booted it up
Of course, the voltage sensors may be reporting that on purpose...
Disabled Turbo Core (Won't be using it anyway when I bring this up to 4ghz); working now
Unfortunately, the lower 2.8ghz clockrate is making my boot time a bit slower than usual...
Also, I was met by a 0x0000003B SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION BSOD upon the second Windows startup on the 1055T; I decided that it may have been software related since the Windows OS is probably not fully used to being on 6 cores yet.
In addition to all that, I am idling at 18-21C right now according to EVEREST and CORETEMP.
Temperature sensor error?
Also, is it better with AMD C1E support in the BIOS enabled or disabled?
The BIOS reading of 32 C idle seems more accurate than what EVEREST and CoreTemp report so I'll be going with that and relying on the alternate CPU temp sensor to monitor chip temperatures. At least the Dark Knight cools pretty well.Edited by xd_1771 - 5/10/10 at 9:53pm