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you really dont have x6. max temp listed in amd site is 62C

if he wants to use that CPU on rendering,BOINC etc, freezer is not the option.
he will need at least 1.4V to get on 4GHz and that means around 55-57C with D14 and fans@800-1000RPM

freezer wont keep 1090@4.0GHz in full load under 62C
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a hyper 212+ at least for reliable 4ghz 24/7
any higher is more like a plus for cooling. lol
     
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post #13 of 26
I've got a Prolimatech Megahalem with 2x 120mm Xigmateks on mine, it's currently folding @ 1.440vCore, @ 48C

It's very easy to OC as well, there are guides around but basically you'll want it running at 20x200 That's the beauty of it being a Black Edition, with an unlocked multiplier
post #14 of 26
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Originally Posted by terence52 View Post
a hyper 212+ at least for reliable 4ghz 24/7
any higher is more like a plus for cooling. lol
I can definitely second this. Like I said, I am running 4.0Ghz with a 212 and I get good temps. I do recommend the extra fan, but its dirt cheap to get a 120mm fan (I'm also using sickleflows, which aren't exactly prime). If you want to save money, the 212 is def. a great way to go, and you likely won't need to upgrade from it for a pretty long time, and it shouldn't get in the way of your ram or anything.
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you really dont have x6. max temp listed in amd site is 62C

if he wants to use that CPU on rendering,BOINC etc, freezer is not the option.
he will need at least 1.4V to get on 4GHz and that means around 55-57C with D14 and fans@800-1000RPM

freezer wont keep 1090@4.0GHz in full load under 62C
The AMD Phenom II X6 1090T overclocks incredibly easily and I somewhat doubt that the maximum safe temperature for the 1090T is 62°C is actually the case. And seriously, you got the Noctua NH-D14 to overclock your 1090T to 4.0GHz? I somewhat recall somebody getting their 1090T to 4.4GHz on the NH-D14.
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post #16 of 26
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The AMD Phenom II X6 1090T overclocks incredibly easily and I somewhat doubt that the maximum safe temperature for the 1090T is 62°C is actually the case. And seriously, you got the Noctua NH-D14 to overclock your 1090T to 4.0GHz? I somewhat recall somebody getting their 1090T to 4.4GHz on the NH-D14.
Max operating temp on 1090t IS 62C.
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post #17 of 26
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Originally Posted by Will29j View Post
The AMD Phenom II X6 1090T overclocks incredibly easily and I somewhat doubt that the maximum safe temperature for the 1090T is 62°C is actually the case. And seriously, you got the Noctua NH-D14 to overclock your 1090T to 4.0GHz? I somewhat recall somebody getting their 1090T to 4.4GHz on the NH-D14.

did I say somewhere that it's not easy? I just pointed out that he will need at least 1.4V and that means 55+C with D14 with fans@800RPM

yes best pieces can be OCed to 4400 and be cooled down by D14/SA easily but you will need to higher RPMs

and yes 62 is max safe tempereture
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post #18 of 26
i also find it hard to believe that you can cool a 1090T@4GHz/1.4V under 62°C with a 212+. With the Silver Arrow/D14/Super Mega(two TY140) it's about 54-58 on my chip. Sure, every chip is different and it depends on ambient temp, Airflow, etc, but still...
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post #19 of 26
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Something that was not mentioned but is worth taking into account is that the size of the cooler COULD interfere with some motherboard's memory slots. I do not know if that is the case with this cooler but with some setups people have had problems with using very tall RAM or RAM Coolers. Just thought I'd warn you in case you didn't take that into consideration.

Good luck on hitting 4Ghz.
Theres 44mm clearance. I had to take the top fins of my Corsair DOm GTs to make them fit.
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i also find it hard to believe that you can cool a 1090T@4GHz/1.4V under 62°C with a 212+. With the Silver Arrow/D14/Super Mega(two TY140) it's about 54-58 on my chip. Sure, every chip is different and it depends on ambient temp, Airflow, etc, but still...
Case airflow and ambient temps can make a big difference regardless of the CPU cooler. I can drop the temps all round (CPU, disk, mobo) on my system just by turning up the case fans without touching the CPU fans, penalty being more noise.

Plenty of people have said they can reach 4Ghz on a hex core with a Hyper 212+. Its cheap but its very good for the price. If the OPS case has good airflow then why not the Hyper. Doesn't cost much so not a lot lost if it doesn't work out.

If OP can fit a D14 and is happy to pay $80 (seems like a good deal) then by all means get that. He'll get great cooling performance that is near silent.
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