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Old 04-14-2012, 01:38 AM   #1
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Identify CPU 960T after x6

My new CPU 960T (buy as select,OEM, x6@3.8GHz, box looks like that http://www.falconcomputers.co.uk/med...ck-retail.jpg: ):
http://i1212.photobucket.com/albums/...b%20x6/698.jpg
Before ulnlock cores (by ACC, MOBo Gigabyte, SB710):
http://i1212.photobucket.com/albums/...b%20x6/699.jpg
After unlock:
http://i1212.photobucket.com/albums/...b%20x6/700.jpg
In my MoBo list CPU:
http://www.gigabyte.pl/gocom/support....aspx?pid=3154
I not see CPU 1605T.I know CPUz it's not perfect identify CPU when CPU cores are unlocked but what CPU it is really in x6 mode?
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Old 04-14-2012, 06:14 AM   #2
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I not see CPU 1605T.I know CPUz it's not perfect identify CPU when CPU cores are unlocked but what CPU it is really in x6 mode?
There isn't a designated name for an un-locked 960T because technically it's not supposed to exist. The 960T is a Thuban based X6 processor with 2 cores disabled.
CPU-Z is reading correctly BTW.
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Unlocked as a 6 core it has a 161w tdp according to Cpu-z. That's probably a little high of a number.... It's probably 125w.
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Old 04-14-2012, 06:51 AM   #4
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Unlocked as a 6 core it has a 161w tdp according to Cpu-z. That's probably a little high of a number.... It's probably 125w.
More like 140 or so, because it usually takes extra voltage to run and stabilize the extra cores. Add more if you're OC'ing it.
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Wow. I noticed the 1090T got hot fast. That's all I know....
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Wow. I noticed the 1090T got hot fast. That's all I know....
Yup. The 1100T is the same way. I'm thinking the 960T is no different. Shouldn't be a problem with your super human cooling skills though.
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Mine just didn't clock well. It ran decent temps though.
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