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cosworth88 February 11, 2011 03:46 AM

Amd 1055T and CM hyper 212+
 
Hi everybody!!

this is my first post!! :clap:

i would like to OC my 1055T to 4ghz, i have an Asus M4N75TD,
do you think the hyper 212+ is enought?

with stock cooler i have a few C over 62..

thank you!!

PS sorry my bad english :doh:

sswilson February 11, 2011 05:02 AM

It's going to depend a lot on the chip. IIRC, most 1055t chips were easy to get to 3.8, but 4.0 might require too much V for you to get reasonable temps. IMO though, you're going to get similar results no matter what air cooling you pick, so if you're not interested in going for a custom WC loop, I'd still highly recommend the Hyper 212+.

cosworth88 February 11, 2011 05:17 AM

thank you for the answer!

mmm at 4ghz i have to set 1.5v, but i have to do more tests becouse my ram was damaged and is still in rma..

how many C of difference there are between stock cooler and hyper in full load?

sswilson February 11, 2011 09:11 AM

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Originally Posted by cosworth88 (Post 484611)
thank you for the answer!

mmm at 4ghz i have to set 1.5v, but i have to do more tests becouse my ram was damaged and is still in rma..

how many C of difference there are between stock cooler and hyper in full load?

I can't quote you exact numbers, but the difference will be night and day. The stock coolers in spite of looking pretty impressive, barely manage recommended load temps at stock. ;)

Mekaw February 11, 2011 10:39 AM

max safe temp is 62deg. lol you shouldn't really try to push close to 4ghz on stock cooler. hence the high temp over max safe temp.

hyper 212+ should be okay depending on the voltage you need to get to your goal. I did some "testing" before, I've ran h50, NH-D14, H70, Hyper 212+ on rig. phenom II x4 955 c3 BE. at 4ghz, 1.5V it well of those best temp was d14 and hyper 212+ was the worst. so if you plan on pushing close to 4ghz with high voltage, I think investing in some decent mid to high end cooler would be ideal

edit: try to undershoot the max temp by 10deg that'd be ideal. more voltage and heat = reduces chip life. cooler you can get it to run = better

cosworth88 February 11, 2011 10:57 AM

thank you!

is it possible that my cpu is only 62 with stock cooler at 4ghz 1.5v???
i used hwmonitor and TEMPIN0 was only 62 after 5min of prime95, cores were 56 :ph34r:

i have a lucky cpu??

Mekaw February 11, 2011 11:12 AM

well "luckY" cpu will reach higher oc with lower voltage. Like there are few people with same chip as mine who's able to push to 3.9ghz at near stock voltage.

well it's the core temp you are looking for. 56 isn't bad but I prefer my temps to be in the high 40's or at least that's the max temp I allow for my chip to run at.
also 5 min of prime 95 won't do the justice for max temp, run prime95 SMALL FFT for max cpu temp and run it 12 hours or 24 hours for stability and you 'll see the max temp it'll see over time.

so yes, if you get aftermarket cooler your temp will go down, I woulnd't hold my breath on hyper 212+ at that voltage

cosworth88 February 11, 2011 11:39 AM

understood!

i think i can find also scythe ninja3, corsair a50 and a70 (but there is the "problem" that i can only mount them vertically), xigmatek sd1283, deepcool iceedge 400xt....which is better? i have a CoolerMaster Elite 430

Mekaw February 11, 2011 12:40 PM

well typically all amd air coolers are limited to one mounting position unlike intel 1155/56 1366.

not sure how well those coolers you've listed perform but something like noctua NH-C14 would fit the bill but for best temp i'd get Nh-D14 or thermalright silver arrow.

that's typically the top end air cooler.

LarkStarr February 11, 2011 01:25 PM

exact same setup

I get to 4.1 ghz on it mostly stable.. I can push 4.2, but keeping that for an extended period is icky. the volts are hiiiigh.

I keep it at 3.8. it's a good sweet spot.


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