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Hello everyone!
I have an AMD 1055T and I would like to reach 4GHz ...
for now my cpu is stable at 3.5GHz (with stock heatsink) ...
with a Cooler Master Hyper 212 plus (two fans) I could keep temperatures acceptable at 4GHz?
thank you
Ehhh it's really hard to say, too many factors affect the temperature.
The best thing to do is bring it to 4GHz and see about it then. The only way if I knew my system would handle 3.0GHz+ was to put it above that threshold and determine if it were stable or not. I'm gonna be bringing my clock from 3500mhz to 4000mzh tonight.
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What I'm running right now.


Need to do some hardcore tweaking to get the cpu speed up some more with that 3200 NB.

might come back and edit in my values.
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What I'm running right now.

Need to do some hardcore tweaking to get the cpu speed up some more with that 3200 NB.

might come back and edit in my values.
uh thats an impressive NB speed:O how much CPU-NB voltage do you need for that?
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Ehhh it's really hard to say, too many factors affect the temperature.
The best thing to do is bring it to 4GHz and see about it then. The only way if I knew my system would handle 3.0GHz+ was to put it above that threshold and determine if it were stable or not. I'm gonna be bringing my clock from 3500mhz to 4000mzh tonight.
for now I only have the stock heatsink, I have to choose which sink to buy ...
in this thread I saw that someone manages to reach 4 GHz with hyper 212 plus
3.9ghz with stock heatsink temp1 Was 62 degrees and the core temp ... Was 54 degrees after several minutes of Prime95 (small FFTs) the computer crashes
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for now I only have the stock heatsink, I have to choose which sink to buy ...
in this thread I saw that someone manages to reach 4 GHz with hyper 212 plus
3.9ghz with stock heatsink temp1 Was 62 degrees and the core temp ... Was 54 degrees after several minutes of Prime95 (small FFTs) the computer crashes
I have the Xigmatek S1283 which is similar to the Hyper 212+ and my temps @ load are about 50C. 4.0GHz even for me would be pushing it, buuut, in general remember to keep the temp of the socket @ less than 60C. I've been told (and I can agree) that the temp of the socket is more important the the temp of the cores as the cores read incorrectly with basically any temp monitoring program.

BTW which program you use to monitor temps? I use HWMonitor, very collaborative program and very accurate.
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Originally Posted by cosworth88 View Post
for now I only have the stock heatsink, I have to choose which sink to buy ...
in this thread I saw that someone manages to reach 4 GHz with hyper 212 plus
3.9ghz with stock heatsink temp1 Was 62 degrees and the core temp ... Was 54 degrees after several minutes of Prime95 (small FFTs) the computer crashes
Newegg has a sale on now for the corsair C70 which is about equivalent to the TRU (thermalright ultra) for $30 w/ FS and rebate: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-011-_-Product

The 1283/212+ are good but if you want 4GHz or beyond you may need something a little better. I just bought an H70 and I hope to mod my case and install it by next week and hit 4+.
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The 1283/212+ are good but if you want 4GHz or beyond you may need something a little better.
That's correct as I'm at just 3.5GHz and my load temps are 50C +/- 1
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I am about to buy a new 1055T. what is a decent 100$ around price mobo to get?
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I am about to buy a new 1055T. what is a decent 100$ around price mobo to get?
I've got the Asus M4N75TD and it's fantastic, got it for $110 after shipping/taxes/insurance.

I would go with the MSI board though, in the same priceclass & specifications

Asus M4N75TD - $103.50 CAD -
http://www.ncix.com/products/index.p...nufacture=ASUS

MSI NF750-G55 - $99.99 CAD -
http://www.ncix.com/products/index.p...r&promoid=1259

The MSI also has a $15 MIR, bringing the price down to $84.99
Edited by Projectil3 - 11/14/10 at 3:28pm
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That's correct as I'm at just 3.5GHz and my load temps are 50C +/- 1
HWmonitor gives me this temp (the same of speedfan) @3.5

TMPIN0 55C
CORES 46C

the stock heatsink has only 5C more than a CM hyper 212+??
the Corsair A70 is much better than the hyper also if I buy the second fan??

i'm italian and i can buy

CM hyper 212+ 25€ + the second BladeMaster 9€ = 34€
Corsair A70 42€

which is better??
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