Hehe. Nah, I didn't use Prime95, I used Core Damage and stressed it for something like 15 minutes, maybe more; I didn't count, I just watched the temps and noticed when it slowed down or steadied.. you know it is. It was stable, as I mentioned. :P I wouldn't use it if it was unstable.
I turn on my PC and actually get lucky enough to see 1c. Haha. IDK what it is with my setup, but it's cool as hell for air cooling. I also recently did a better test for passive CPU (CPU turned off) and after about 10 or so minutes it settled at 63c, which is pretty decent, considering the heft OC and zero fan. Oh, I forgot to mention Windows 7 scores, as some people dig 'em: the Phenom II was at 6.9 whereas the Bulldozer is at 7.2, but as far as gaming is concerned, it's hella bad-ass. I'm not sure if the evaluation thingy picks up on variables such as an OC, so I assume it's just a base value for the specific model of CPU.
OK, I'm gonna try Prime 95, as I've never used it before and I'm curious to see what it's like. I'll let you know what scores/results I get...
...well, that was pointless. :| It didn't even work properly, and barely stressed the CPU, compared to Core Damage; I'll stick with Core Damage. :P
Decided to OC it some more, mostly through boredom, and managed to get another 100MHz, so it's now at 4.5GHz, with the same stock Vcore. Did a reasonably decent test, and got these results:
CPU: AMD Bulldozer FX-4100 OC @ 4.5GHz
(Max Fans: On-Load=42c Idle=4c)
(Minimal Fans: On-Load=52c Idle=8c
Apparently this CPU's maximum operating temperature is 70c; I guess I'm safe. :P