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Today i have decide to make a thread with all amd cpu's max temps...
and there are they:
these are "CORE TEMPS" remember... you can check this link before read maximum temperatures for each AMD CPU (Thanks to ALUCARDVPR) -> http://www.overclock.net/t/1128821/amd-temp-information-and-guide
All Athlon II x2's max temps are -> 74~75'C
Athlon II x3 Series -> 73'C
Athlon II x4 Series -> 71'C
Phenom II x2 5XX Series -> 70'C
Phenom II x3 7XX Series -> 73'C
Phenom II x4 8XX Series -> 71'C
Phenom II x4 9 Series 95W -> 71'C
Phenom II x4 9 Series 125/140W -> 62'C
Phenom II x6 1035T/1045T(new released)/1055T 95W -> 71'C
Phenom II x6 1055T (125W) 1065T 1075T 1090T 1100T -> 62'C
FX8120/FX8150 (BULLDOZERS) -> 61'C
FX6100/FX4100 -> 70'C

Stay Focused with this temps....
 

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I only know my athlonII x4 have 1 single temp probe which appear as same temperature on Coretemp, Speedfan, HWmonitor, bios
most other forum threads and webpages say 62celcius and I set my bios to shutdown @ 60c
 

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Originally Posted by krabs;15198269
I only know my athlonII x4 have 1 single temp probe which appear as same temperature on Coretemp, Speedfan, HWmonitor, bios
most other forum threads and webpages say 62celcius and I set my bios to shutdown @ 60c
do not believe to them ... check this out

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I would think most Amd users are comfortable with the knowledge of keeping there Cpu's below 60c > 65c Max,

Nice thread though could help out others with Ocing knowing they have a little more headroom with heat,

But the short stroke is if you get to hot you risk the longevity of your CPU through thermal degradation,
 

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I think there is confusion because some sources say 62C is the limit but others say 71C. To be safe, I keep mine under 60.
 

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every cpu is made with another design... x6's overclocks well but their max temp is 62'C ... but non black edition cpu's of amd are 71'C because of fsb overclocking ^^
BE -> unlocked multiplier for more OC / non BE -> more durablity against temps! and with this temp limits you can reach high with non BE too
 

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I think there is confusion because some sources say 62C is the limit but others say 71C. To be safe, I keep mine under 60.
why you guys check other sources !? i think you must check official site not the other some fake forums ... which makes you feel bad when you think about the lower temp limit...
i have correctly writed all temps for all amd 45nm cpu's...
 

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good to know
 

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I think there is confusion because some sources say 62C is the limit but others say 71C. To be safe, I keep mine under 60.
Depends on the TDP rating.

Easy rule of thumb with Phenom 2s, and Athlon 1 and 2s:
1) If TDP is 95W, you're probably safe until 70C...at which point you should start worrying a bit

2) If TDP is 125W, you're safe until 60C...at which point you should start worrying.

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every cpu is made with another design... x6's overclocks well but their max temp is 62'C ... but non black edition cpu's of amd are 71'C because of fsb overclocking ^^
BE -> unlocked multiplier for more OC / non BE -> more durablity against temps! and with this temp limits you can reach high with non BE too
Say WHAT? BE and non-BE have nothing to do with thermal ceiling. It is about TDP. See above.
 

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There really is no reason to go past 62C on an overclocked system, it is safe but in my experience it causes the overclock to become unstable.
 

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Below 55'C would be my threshold for the AMD chips. I remember My old 965 C2 140w chip was stable @ 4GHZ @ 55'C or lower. If it hit 56'C, prime95 would fail.

1.55v and 55'C max is what I go by.
 

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Depends on the TDP rating.

Easy rule of thumb with Phenom 2s, and Athlon 1 and 2s:
1) If TDP is 95W, you're probably safe until 70C...at which point you should start worrying a bit

2) If TDP is 125W, you're safe until 60C...at which point you should start worrying.

Say WHAT? BE and non-BE have nothing to do with thermal ceiling. It is about TDP. See above.
check it on start i have writed it with TDP's ^^
 

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Below 55'C would be my threshold for the AMD chips. I remember My old 965 C2 140w chip was stable @ 4GHZ @ 55'C or lower. If it hit 56'C, prime95 would fail.

1.55v and 55'C max is what I go by.
you will fail with 965 c2 as you can see i have writed that the cpu with TDP of 125 / 140 W has 62'C max temp!... that's why you are failing..
 

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Just a note about TDP

Actual power consumption (ACP: Average CPU power) is always much less than TDP (Thermal Design Power). TDP rating merely relates to maximum amount of power the cooling system is required to dissipate, it's designed by Intel so they can bundle the correct heatsink with a CPU. Whereas ACP was designed by AMD for servers to monitor actual power consumption.

TDP is NOT the actual maximum power of the processor either.
 
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