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My junk was stable in prime95 for 8 hours at 1.5, but linx would crash me pretty quick. I'm interested to see if the same happens to you. That said, I don't really give a **** about linx because I've had no problems whatsoever at 1.5 doing anything but linx.
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Hi Headless Fansprings - thanks again for the advice. I'm not really interested in seeing how far I can push things. In fact the only reason I got a 1055T was because I couldn't afford a 1090T. When I got the 1055T all I wanted was to get the performance of a 1090T out of it, and I'm very happy with the performance with my current settings. The only thing I'll play around with now is the CPUNB and have a go at setting that to 2500mhz.

I had been running my CPU at 3500mhz at 1.3v. After my post last night I reduced the voltage to 1.26v and set Prime95 off, fully expecting a blue screen when I came downstairs this morning as I'd thought that surely wouldn't be enough voltage. To my surprise 12 hours later my PC was still plugging away with no errors and a max CPU temp 50c. Would I have any issues running 3.5ghz at such a low voltage?
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Hi Headless Fansprings - thanks again for the advice. I'm not really interested in seeing how far I can push things. In fact the only reason I got a 1055T was because I couldn't afford a 1090T. When I got the 1055T all I wanted was to get the performance of a 1090T out of it, and I'm very happy with the performance with my current settings. The only thing I'll play around with now is the CPUNB and have a go at setting that to 2500mhz.

I had been running my CPU at 3500mhz at 1.3v. After my post last night I reduced the voltage to 1.26v and set Prime95 off, fully expecting a blue screen when I came downstairs this morning as I'd thought that surely wouldn't be enough voltage. To my surprise 12 hours later my PC was still plugging away with no errors and a max CPU temp 50c. Would I have any issues running 3.5ghz at such a low voltage?
No, you wont have any issues.

However, what program do you measure the temperature with?
    
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Hi kcuestag - HWMonitor (and yes I know the difference between the CPU temp and the core temps )

P.S It's also amazing how much the temperature drops just dropping the voltage a bit. I'd previously been running 3.6ghz at 1.34v and got a max temp of 57c, and thats when I thought I'd ease off a bit. Reducing the oc to 3.5ghz and the voltage to 1.3v got me 53c in Prime95, and now going down to 1.26 has saved me another 3c.
Edited by iSeries - 8/28/10 at 1:20am
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Hi kcuestag - HWMonitor (and yes I know the difference between the CPU temp and the core temps )

P.S It's also amazing how much the temperature drops just dropping the voltage a bit. I'd previously been running 3.6ghz at 1.34v and got a max temp of 57c, and thats when I thought I'd ease off a bit. Reducing the oc to 3.5ghz and the voltage to 1.3v got me 53c in Prime95, and now going down to 1.26 has saved me another 3c.
Stock cooler?

If so, those are ok/good temps for 3.5Ghz

Although I would get an aftermarket cooler and go for 3.8Ghz or 4Ghz, but if you're happy with 3.5v, then that's cool

About temperature on HW Monitor, yeah, I was about to tell you the cpu temp difference

HW Monitor gives the real temp, so you're good to go
    
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Hi kcuestag - actually not stock cooler, I have an Akasa Venom CPU cooler and an Akasa Viper acting as a system exhaust. The CPU fan was only spinning at a max of 1500rpm for the 50c, and the fan can go to 1900rpm so I'm sure if I turned off PWM and ran it on full I'd get another few degrees off. I did have an extra fan in the front of the case acting as an intake but took it out due to the noise, and to my surprise my temps remained exactly the same so the fan was obviously doing nothing except getting on my nerves!
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Hi kcuestag - actually not stock cooler, I have an Akasa Venom CPU cooler and an Akasa Viper acting as a system exhaust. The CPU fan was only spinning at a max of 1500rpm for the 50c, and the fan can go to 1900rpm so I'm sure if I turned off PWM and ran it on full I'd get another few degrees off. I did have an extra fan in the front of the case acting as an intake but took it out due to the noise, and to my surprise my temps remained exactly the same so the fan was obviously doing nothing except getting on my nerves!
What room temperatures do you have? 50ºC seems a bit high for only 3.5Ghz on 1.26v... Those temps actually sound reasonable for stock cooler
    
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I'm in the UK so my room certainly isn't warm lol, however like I said the fans were running nowhere near max RPM (I'm running both on PWM off a splitter connected to the CPU fan header so they both run at the same speed) so no doubt if I ran both fans at their max things would be much cooler. I'm also using Arctic Silver 5 thermal compound, which I believe requires a 200 hour settling down period, and I'm only about 30 hours into that.

P.S I can also add that my idle temp is around 27c (C&Q enabled).
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I'm in the UK so my room certainly isn't warm lol, however like I said the fans were running nowhere near max RPM (I'm running both on PWM off a splitter connected to the CPU fan header so they both run at the same speed) so no doubt if I ran both fans at their max things would be much cooler. I'm also using Arctic Silver 5 thermal compound, which I believe requires a 200 hour settling down period, and I'm only about 30 hours into that.
Difference between running fans at 1500 or 1900 won't make more than 2ºC improvement.

I run my noiseblockers on minimum for my H50 at around 1100RPM and I get 45ºC load temp with Folding@Home, if I put it into max 2000rpm they lower down to 43ºC or so.

But yeah, maybe it's because you used AS 5.

We'll have to wait and see if it improves, coz those temps don't look anywhere close to how they're supposed to be.
    
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I'm also using a fairly small MATX case which limits airflow options, and also having a hot passive graphics card directly in front of the CPU fan I'm sure doesn't help! Also due to the layout of the board one of the sticks of RAM is directly under the CPU heatsink.

I see you've got 2 fans on your CPU. Having 2 fans in a push/pull config running at 1100rpm would obviously get you much lower temps than me. Also how many system fans have you got? All of these things no doubt make a big difference. I've only got one fan on my CPU and one system fan. I must get a bigger case - I would have plenty more room and could also run my CPU cooler with push/pull fans.
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