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Hmm doing 4004MHz on my 2nd PC with 1055T at 1.39V at 62C in Prime95 couple hours with a boxed cooler, does that sound safe?
It is warmer than I would want MINE to run. I would highly suggest picking up a CoolerMaster 212+ CPU cooler and get those temps down a bit. It is only about $30.00 shipped and is probably about the best 30 bucks you will spend!

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It is warmer than I would want MINE to run. I would highly suggest picking up a CoolerMaster 212+ CPU cooler and get those temps down a bit. It is only about $30.00 shipped and is probably about the best 30 bucks you will spend!

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I'm going to upgrade my sig rig but I'm unsure so I need some definitive answer from OCN before I go ahead.
I got no problems with my current rig whatsoever but I just want some more FPS for games like crysis

- Will the 1055T on stock clock hold back on my rig if I would upgrade to either 6850 CF or a 6970?

- If this is the case, would it better to upgrade to an 1100T or will an Oc'ed 1055T suffice (also, what OC would be needed)?

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Your sig rig shows 1055... so i have no idea what your comparing to. Doubt you'll have issues w/ the 1055t man. You can OC it and be cool. When OC'ing, I'd prefer to have the unlocked multi (1090t). Although, I was able to reach 4.0.
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If this is the case, would it better to upgrade to an 1100T or will an Oc'ed 1055T suffice (also, what OC would be needed)?
You will experience no difference with and OC'd 1055T vs stock 1100T except terrible price difference.
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Your sig rig shows 1055... so i have no idea what your comparing to. Doubt you'll have issues w/ the 1055t man. You can OC it and be cool. When OC'ing, I'd prefer to have the unlocked multi (1090t). Although, I was able to reach 4.0.
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You will experience no difference with and OC'd 1055T vs stock 1100T except terrible price difference.
Well I had a hard time trying to explain what I wanted to know exacly
In short, I was worried a stock 1055T would bottleneck the FPS of a higher end GFX card (I'm either upgrading my current GPU OR get a new board + 2nd 6850).

That beeing said, (from what point) would the OC of a 1055T be really noticeable in games?

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Well I had a hard time trying to explain what I wanted to know exacly
In short, I was worried a stock 1055T would bottleneck the FPS of a higher end GFX card (I'm either upgrading my current GPU OR get a new board + 2nd 6850).

That beeing said, (from what point) would the OC of a 1055T be really noticeable in games?

Thanks, +rep

it'd be noticable in games that only use 1-2 cores as you'd have more grunt and games that CAN use all the cores even though they wont get maxed the game wont fight for CPU usage for anything in background
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Get a new board + a 2nd GPU. That will give you the best results. Upgrade your CPU later...
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That beeing said, (from what point) would the OC of a 1055T be really noticeable in games?
FPS from CPU depends of what resolution do you have, like 1280x1024 the diff is HUGE but 1080p, nothing unless it bottlenecks something. I would not touch SLI/CFX systems anymore cause they have their own problems and instead use a strong single card, a 570 or a 580 would be my choice. 1055T OC's nicely so you won't lose anything by doing some OC at least.
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Wait I dont get this... could someone explain a little more? Why is it that if you run a game lower than 1280x1024 that it becomes more cpu dependant? surely the graphics card is still doing everything? Does the cpu have some sort of grpahic processing unit that I dont know of?
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