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why people think the 1055t is a good processor to run 24/7 at 4 GHZ always amazes me

The 1090t or the 1100t are better choices because of the unlocked multi
    
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call that girl back and give her my number, she knows more than you.
but for real if your down i will pm you my number.
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Originally Posted by Nikkopo View Post
My motherboard manufacturer states it might be a faulty PSU.

My PSU manufacturer states it might be a faulty motherboard.

How do I find out which one might be faulty? I do not have a spare PSU or motherboard to test with.

Cheers
I think it's the motherboard. The only real way to test this is to swap it with another board. Same goes with the PSU, just swap it with another if you have one and see if the problem goes away.

Have you tried checking the temperature of the mosfets (the small black chips in between the I/O ports and the CPU socket)? If they feel hot to the touch get a heatsink for them. Your board looks like it has holes to mount one.

If your not doing any insane overclocking just lower the voltage a little so it's not so high under load.

BTW what are you using to get your voltage readings?
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why people think the 1055t is a good processor to run 24/7 at 4 GHZ always amazes me

The 1090t or the 1100t are better choices because of the unlocked multi
My 1055T is running perfect at 4.0GHz and 3.0GHz on the Northbridge

43C Max Load Tempature and 22C Idle on the CPU

1.47V CPU and 1.37 CPU-NB It's all good until the upcoming Bulldozer
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My 1055T is running perfect at 4.0GHz and 3.0GHz on the Northbridge

43C Max Load Tempature and 22C Idle on the CPU

1.47V CPU and 1.37 CPU-NB It's all good until the upcoming Bulldozer
just wait till it starts giving issues.....

Luckily you chose a highend board from a good company to get ur 4 GHZ

People now think the 1055t should reach 4ghz on these 3+1 phase boards now for some reason
    
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