The reason I ask is because of how low the "safe temp" for the chip is.
62c is incredibly low, and I actually hit 62c running intel burn test.
Core temp is around 50c in intel burn test, but cpu temp hits ~62c.
If you're going to try and overclock just open the side of the case and have a fan blow into it. What voltages and speeds are you using?
I'm not ocing.
Something weird though - when I was running intel burn test, the cpu hit 65c (bios threshold is 60c), but it didn't start to throttle down.
Would this mean that it was an incorrect temperature reading, or that the cpu won't throttle down?
You can probably get away with 1.285-1.300 as well.
Thanks a ton! I'll keep it at 1.35 right now, and probably drop it to 1.30 depending on how hot it gets this summer.
Do you think I might have possibly damaged the cpu by running it at 65c? I don't think so, since it is running fine now, and it was only for about 10-15 sec at a time that it was over 62c for about 2 mins total.
Anyone know how to stop the 1055t from throttling it self down during priming?
Its throttles down from 4ghz to 2.1ghz when the CPU hits 57c or 55c... the cores sit at 43c
The Vcore max is 1.47
Mobo is M4A78TD-V EVO
Im using the H50 with a antec tricool at 2000rpm
Ive searched the bios and have already turned off cool and quiet and AMD turbo
I have the Asus M4A87TD EVO motherboard, and I noticed mine did that also soon as it hit 57c during the prime95 test. I ended up backing down the speed a little bit and lowered the volts some.
I had thought it must be because my board doesn't have any heatsinks on the mosfets. But since yours does it also, and I think your board does have heatsinks on the mosfets, so maybe that isn't the reason.