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Out of pure curiosity... I just ran 3DMark vantage, and my CPU score for my 1055T 95W at stock was almost 50k O_o

This is leaps and bounds better than my 1090T score. Is this normal or did 3DV make a goof? lol
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Out of pure curiosity... I just ran 3DMark vantage, and my CPU score for my 1055T 95W at stock was almost 50k O_o

This is leaps and bounds better than my 1090T score. Is this normal or did 3DV make a goof? lol
Physx was most likely on, so it was using your 580 to do one of the CPU test!


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Did you have any cooling on your mosfets and nb?
I didn't. I was running at less than stock voltage so I thought it would be fine. Guess not!
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Physx was most likely on, so it was using your 580 to do one of the CPU test!

Ah, I didn't know the program would run like that ><

Figures, I had the 1090t with a 6870 CFX so I had no PhysX. Thanks for the heads-up though. I was under the impression that it would be a straight CPU test
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meep
will my 1055t bottleneck my gtx460 at stock?
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The issue seems to be with the MSI 890fx boards and AMD 6 core CPUs. A few people running at higher voltage and over 4GHz had the vrm/mosfets explode due to a poor cooling design on the mobo.

Another reason people are saying the MSI board has issues, is because they use a 4+1 phase power design. Your gigabyte board also uses a 4+1 phase design. I wont pretend to know what more phases mean, but ASUS uses an 8+2 design.

I am getting my MSI board tomorrow. I bought it before I knew there were issues with it. I am not sure what I am going to do with it yet (keep,sell, return).
Yeah, 4+1 phase power supply's have fewer voltage stages for the various CPU loads and 8+2 phase VRM's are supposed to be more robust if you believe the marketing and hardware review hype. Personally I'm sold on the idea of having more phases and I am trying to hold myself to never again buy a mobo without a decent MOSFET heatsink. The open box ASUS 770/SB750 board UPS will be delivering to me tomorrow has both an 8+2 phase and heatsink. Should get much better results overclocking than my current Gigabyte 4+1, no heatsink, 785G/SB710 mobo. I'm kinda excited wanting to see what it'll do with my new 740 BE.
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meep
will my 1055t bottleneck my gtx460 at stock?
No. Not a chance.
    
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Fried my mobo running at 3.5GHz! 4 phase power suck!
You probably had bad quality mosfets on your motherboard :/ I have no cooling on my mosfets and my 1055t is running at 4ghz but my mosfets never reach more than 35c.
Also if it's a Gigabyte board then it's probably because you have less phases than say an asus mobo.

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will my 1055t bottleneck my gtx460 at stock?
No offence but what planet you living on? and whats worse but you said at 'Stock...' are you serious, lol Xd. You would probably need some Gtx580's in sli running at full load before you see some bottlenecking happen, haha.
Edited by GreenNeon - 12/2/10 at 6:35am
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No offence but what planet you living on? and whats worse but you said at 'Stock...' are you serious, lol Xd. You would probably need some Gtx580's in sli running at full load before you see some bottlenecking happen, haha.
hello
i live on earth
ive been hearing alot about bottlenecking so i got carried away
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There have been people using 1055T's and 7xx chipsets, or poor power phased boards that have been frying. As to that information, you'll have to search for yourself.

The person I quoted asked a question about adding heatsinks to his mosfets and I told him there were numerous kinds available on Newegg. I don't think you read the posts or if you did you obviously didn't understand their context.

Now, are you on the same page as us?!
There's also been a lot of instances on 1055T's being put on 890FX boards with them frying as well. It has to do A LOT about power phase design. A high quality motherboard with a 4+2 Phase Design is better off than a low quality motherboard with an 8+1 Phase Design.
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There's also been a lot of instances on 1055T's being put on 890FX boards with them frying as well. It has to do A LOT about power phase design. A high quality motherboard with a 4+2 Phase Design is better off than a low quality motherboard with an 8+1 Phase Design.
there goes everything ive learnt
pls to explain more or give guide
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