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Urgent Overclocking help needed

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I have a 1045t with stock cooler, could i overclock it to 3.0 ghz??
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  1. test and watch temps
  2. johnnsti08 said:
    Hello,
    I have a 1045t with stock cooler, could i overclock it to 3.0 ghz??


    If your bios let you, yes but it's not recommended to use stock cooler to overclock. Try it and if the temps are not too bad keep it like that. By the way, don't go over 80c (176f).


    - The Brownie
  3. Ok thanks guys i overclocked to 2.96ghz and its running at 42 degrees under load
  4. johnnsti08 said:
    Ok thanks guys i overclocked to 2.96ghz and its running at 42 degrees under load


    42 under load ? Damn get higher !!!! You can get to 80c maximum so you have a lot of headroom :P


    - The Brownie
  5. Lol ok i tried prime95 and max is at 47 degress. Remember its the stock cpu fan. Still go higher?
  6. johnnsti08 said:
    Lol ok i tried prime95 and max is at 47 degress. Remember its the stock cpu fan. Still go higher?


    Yes you can go higher but don't get in the 70's since it's a stock cooler. I think you will hit a wall before getting to those temps :p


    - The Brownie
  7. Well as it is my first time overclocking i set it to 3.1 ghz and when i checked it was 48 degrees at idle. I also saw at first cpu-z was saying 31xx mhz then however i saw 16xx mhz. I immediately got scared and set it back to 2.96 ghz.
  8. nah thats normal. your cpu will underclock when its not being used heavily
  9. i disabled amd cool and quiet. does it still do that?
  10. Bromeh said:
    42 under load ? Damn get higher !!!! You can get to 80c maximum so you have a lot of headroom :P


    - The Brownie


    Bromeh said:
    Yes you can go higher but don't get in the 70's since it's a stock cooler. I think you will hit a wall before getting to those temps :p


    - The Brownie


    woah woah this is an AMD cpu not an intel. the max temp for AMD cpu is 63*c not 70 or 80
  11. tjmax on a 1045t is 90 degrees
  12. http://www.overclock.net/t/1134229/amd-cpus-max-temps
    http://products.amd.com/en-us/DesktopCPUDetail.aspx?id=640
    http://products.amd.com/pages/DesktopCPUDetail.aspx?id=641
    considering that the first link is correct for the 1090t and 1055t and that the 1055t and 1045t are both listed at 62*c max temps i think its safe to say that the max temp for his processor is 62*c

    OP you have plenty of thermal head room to overclock higher.
  13. on the stock cooler?
  14. johnnsti08 said:
    on the stock cooler?


    yes but dont exceed 62*c
  15. Ok thanks. What about automatic downlocking? Does that happen though cool and quiet is off? Also does overclocking affect the motherboard? I have a asrock N68C-S UCC
  16. i dont have the exact expertise to answer those questions but there should many guides online for your exact cpu
  17. I had a E6300 and it was running at 75c under load when the TJMax is 61c so it dosen't mean anything


    - The Brownie
  18. Bromeh said:
    I had a E6300 and it was running at 75c under load when the TJMax is 61c so it dosen't mean anything


    - The Brownie


    The point is that amd knows way more about these chips then you do and they state that the max temp anyone should run them at for his particular chip is 62*c. I'm trying to give him factual and safe information not personal information about a chip that is not being talked about right now. That is all I'm trying to do. If you dispute anything I have posted remember my posts are factual based not opinion.
  19. Best answer
    62C is the max core temp for deneb and thuban chips if you feel like killing it, go ahead and let it run beyond that limit.

    As for bromeh, it's not very nice to provide someone a recommendation that could damage their components, I suggest you do some more reading on overclocking phenom II chips before you provide more suggestions on the topic.
  20. mlcaouette said:
    62C is the max core temp for deneb and thuban chips if you feel like killing it, go ahead and let it run beyond that limit.

    As for bromeh, it's not very nice to provide someone a recommendation that could damage their components, I suggest you do some more reading on overclocking phenom II chips before you provide more suggestions on the topic.


    Sorry for the bad info, i though they could go as high as my old Phenom II (Running between 65-70 on load). I just read a guide that tells not to go over 60c and 1.55vcore.
    Keep your oc that way.

    - The Brownie
  21. Ok thanks guys!
  22. Best answer selected by johnnsti08.
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