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Phenom 1055T stock cooler performance

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August 22, 2010 4:53:07 AM

I'm thinking of buying the AMD Phenom X6 1055T processor, and I'm trying to get some opinions of the stock heatsink before I buy that processor. From experience, is it really that loud? A moderate amount of noise is fine, but if it's something like a constant buzzing noise, that wouldn't be preferable. Also, how cool will it keep the processor? No overclocking will be done, so assume running at stock speeds.

In addition, should I buy an aftermarket heatsink? I'm thinking of the Coolermaster Hyper 212; is the extra $30 or so really worth it?
August 22, 2010 9:38:52 AM

for no oveclocking it's good and enought.i have 1055t too and i over it to 3.4ghz and the temp is under 60c and it's very good.and my memory is @ 1600mhz @8-8-8-24.but if you want go higher your fan speed must be @ 6000rpm to keep your cpu's temp under 60!!!if your point is gaming 3.4ghz is enought.and for multi threaded(like encoding(handbrake),rendering(cinebech)) look @ benchmark and see the difference is noticeable for you or not.
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August 22, 2010 12:18:20 PM

Just get the CPU and run with the stock fan initially.. You can later change to any aftermarket cooler if you encounter dissatisfaction and/or problems..
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