Phenom II x4 965BE Temps

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  1. skylineaddict

    skylineaddict Sleep Deprived Ant

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    So, I just read about IntelBurnTest and decided to give it a go. 5 runs at maximum stress and SpeedFan shows what the temperatures are like. My question is, are the temperatures high enough to cause concern about longevity? I need the processor to last about a year, maybe a year and a half at most. Also another thing, is there a reason CPU-Z is showing such a high voltage compared to Core Temp and what's in the BIOS (Core Temp is showing what I set it to in the BIOS)?

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  2. blibbax

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    55 degrees max during stress testing is pretty damn cold in my books - remember it'll never get that hot in regular use.

    I've no experience with modern AMD processors, and notice that you have a curiously low TJ max in coretemp, but I would be amazed if that's anything to be concerned about.

    Don't worry about CPU-Z voltage readings too much, I'm not sure whether CPU-Z or the bios give a more accurate reading, but either way you've not gone high enough to cause damage.
     
  3. synthesis204

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    55C is icy cold and very, very safe. My 980X loads at 60C usually unless in high stress situations (max burntest/max FFT p95), where it gets to about 70C. Both are safe, at least for i7 (i7's maximum before throttling/damage is 101C. I think AMD is slightly lower, but 55C is still basically icy).
     
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    Temp is fine, on par with other PH II's.
     

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