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FYI The 1100t is on-sale at tigerdirect.com for $200 after coupon code 'SIS19777'.
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Originally Posted by EvoBeardy View Post
What does the CPU temp in Speedfan say though? (Might be Temp1, might be Temp3, coincide it with your BIOS CPU reading or Everest UE's CPU temp, not Core temps.

Just to double-check. I don't think even the Mugen can keep your CPU Temps quite that low, unless you live inside a fridge.

If not, I apologise for doubting and you have an amazing temp there.
I was using Speedfan's "core" reading, and AMD overdrive's CPU reading. Both were within 2 degrees of eachother.

You could say my ambient is much lower than most people. I live in Maine and we have 2 feet of snow almost everywhere, on the edges of sidewalks, roads, etc.

I use Push Pull 80CFM fans, also.
    
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I was using Speedfan's "core" reading, and AMD overdrive's CPU reading. Both were within 2 degrees of eachother.

You could say my ambient is much lower than most people. I live in Maine and we have 2 feet of snow almost everywhere, on the edges of sidewalks, roads, etc.

I use Push Pull 80CFM fans, also.
Yeah, people don't go off the Core readings with the Thuban's due to previously stated reasons.
My Core Temps vanish due to my unlocked Cores, CPU Temp is where it's at, and also the safe temp ratings that AMD give is for the CPU Temp and not the Core.

I dunno about AMD OD, never used it and aint gonna download it, but it sounds like it's showing the Core Temp if they're that close of a margin, so your actual temps are possibly 31c+ (you'll have to clarify via BIOS or Everest/Speedfan's CPU Temp for yourself), which is amazing with that OC on Air by the way, so please don't take my comment in the wrong way.
Just want you to double-check incase you might not have the overhead you think you do, if you ever push the OC further or need to use a temporary cooler or something.

Not trying to claim you're a liar, or knocking your OC and Temps by any means.

I gotta get me those fans, are you using a Slipstream 1600RPM and a GELID? What way are they orientated?
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I gotta get me those fans, are you using a Slipstream 1600RPM and a GELID? What way are they orientated?
Yep, using the stock Mugen 2 fan for pull and a $28 GELID with LEDs for push. I can't hear it at max unless I put it next to my ear. It uses a coil thing so that's why it's so expensive, expect it to beat/compare to any Noctua fan.
    
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I'd say go for the 1090t. They seem to be binned very well, and are usually cheaper. I'm currently running mine at 3.8ghz @ 1.26v. Sadly, I have a horrible seat on my H70 right now, and have 49*C temps with an ambient temp of 21*C. I'm hoping once my new thermal paste comes in and I re-seat my H70, my temps will go down.
 
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go for the 1090t, you should be able to hit 3.6ghz easy on any aftermarket cooler
You mean 4Ghz on the stock cooler? ;D
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4ghz on the stock cooler? Maybe a cheap air cooler, but I don't think 4ghz on the stock cooler would be safe.
 
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