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I run my 1090T at 4Ghz, at 1.38v. You can NOT do that with a 1055. Some people, just need to learn to research before they call somebody "moot".
It's uncommon but NOT impossible, I believe some have actually managed it.
post #22 of 28
Asus Probe II does read the socket temp. So you're good to go with your temps.
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Sweet Forget who recommended probe II but thanks lol.
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Asus Probe II does read the socket temp. So you're good to go with your temps.
So should HWMonitor, but it will be displayed as TMPINx, rather than socket temp. Additionally, even with ACC on, OD displays it as "Asus_CPU_Temp". I've found that OD and HWMon are the only 2 programs that will report temps correctly with ACC on.
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So should HWMonitor, but it will be displayed as TMPINx, rather than socket temp. Additionally, even with ACC on, OD displays it as "Asus_CPU_Temp". I've found that OD and HWMon are the only 2 programs that will report temps correctly with ACC on.
Yes I use HWmonitor too.
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Yes I use HWmonitor too.
Word.
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At 4GHZ I am stable until 70C. At 4.2GHZ I am stable until 61C.
Depending on how high you OC the more or less your chips tolerence to heat will be.
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I think motherboard manufacturers are going to start releasing better BIOS revisions for the new Thuban cores or they're going to be in trouble. The Asus M4N8+ series seems to be handling the Thuban cores quite well. MSI is not doing so well though. Gigabyte's pretty much the equivalent of Asus for Thuban compatible motherboards these days.
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