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1090t over to 4.ghz on stock cooler

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July 18, 2010 8:57:54 PM

did anyone reach to 4ghz (and higher) with 1090t on stock cooler?

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July 19, 2010 2:05:30 PM

Not that I'm an OC guru but I think that's a rather untenable clock to sustain in the long run w/ a stock cooler.

Assuming it was even stable, the temps/voltage would most surely damage the mobo in no time.
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July 19, 2010 2:08:06 PM

Would not be suggested for any use short of benchmarking.
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July 19, 2010 3:43:09 PM

on stock cooling its basically impossible. for my Phenom II 955 i can only reach 3.8ghz on stock. and even then iv got 3 120mm Fans blasting air directly at it just to keep it stable.
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July 19, 2010 3:58:38 PM

i know that it's very harmful and not recommended to any one!!
a better question:
what is best clock on stock air cooling?if for example is 3.7ghz.is it worth to pay more over stock and buy new cooler to hit 4ghz?a good cooler like zalman or noctua !!!
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July 19, 2010 4:29:49 PM

I would say the max clock for stock cooler is as high as the stock voltage will let you go
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March 19, 2012 4:38:22 PM

the temps in asus probe and other programs that base temps off the bios are ridiculously high, for example i thought my cpu was running at 65 degrees on load, which is above amd specification. I downloaded core temp which shows you the actual temps, and now i idle @ 42 and under load is in the low 50s, that is after OC to 3.7.... seems like I have 12 more degrees to mess with, so it is likely possible on stock cooler especially if you have automatic voltage in ur bios.
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March 19, 2012 4:41:53 PM

Might as well spend 20 bucks for a cooler master hyper 212+ and oc from there.
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March 19, 2012 5:05:13 PM

I am using a negative offset with my 1045t of -0.075 and run at 3.4 with a hyper TX3 and two fans. (Voltage at full load is 1.344v)

If you can get a stable OC with less voltage, you may be able to stay cool.
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