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A tip for Oc'ing the 1055T and 1090T

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As the AMD spec sheet says that the thermal cut off is 62 degrees centigrade.

I tested my oc and stress test at low fan settings and watched the temps rise on my 1055T. My asus probeII software indicated my CPU temp rose to 63 degrees. a minute later my display glitched out and windows7 BSOD.

i repeated this 2 more times to confirm this.




keep these chips cooled guys
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thats the same with all modern amd chips..
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Eh, I've hit 67c and no issues. Same test you did. But this was socket/cpu temp. My cores were in the 50s

   
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IIRC, the max safe temp for those processors is like 55c on the cores. Anything over that is dangerous for the chip.
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thats the same with all modern amd chips..
new to amd. didnt realise that all am2 and am3 chips were like that.
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IIRC, the max safe temp for those processors is like 55c on the cores. Anything over that is dangerous for the chip.
55C. That can't be right. It might be right, but it's not right. Some chips can handle 70C with no problem.
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55C. That can't be right. It might be right, but it's not right. Some chips can handle 70C with no problem.
AMD chips going up to 70 C?! wow o.o highest i have ever seen is 65 C lol. most chips usually lose stability around 55 C.
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AMD chips going up to 70 C?! wow o.o highest i have ever seen is 65 C lol. most chips usually lose stability around 55 C.
Supposedly, my X2 250 has a max temp of 74C, and I've personally had it go into the 60s with no problem (stupid summer heat, you shall be the death of me). I'm sure most other AMD chips have a max less than that, but still.
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Like I said above, I've primed and been in the 60s with no issues. I dont recommend it at all, just saying I did not see any instability.
   
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Like I said above, I've primed and been in the 60s with no issues. I dont recommend it at all, just saying I did not see any instability.
I can confirm that, did the same on my 1055T , primed it all the way up to 65c.
as he said, I don't recommend it either but you pc won't necessarily be unstable. my motherboard has set the failure temp at 72 then my system will turn off and reboot (that is with the latest bios update).
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