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post #21 of 29 Old 12-25-2008, 04:17 PM
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Lots of bad info in this thread...lol Pencil mod done rigt wont hurt anything and that voltage is fine as is those temps.Intels burn test really cranks up the heat.
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Lots of bad info in this thread...lol Pencil mod done rigt wont hurt anything and that voltage is fine as is those temps.Intels burn test really cranks up the heat
yeah i know ... some people give "advice" without knowing SQUAT ... im talking from experience and im well informed about pencil modding
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yeah i know ... some people give "advice" without knowing SQUAT ... im talking from experience and im well informed about pencil modding
i agree. pencil mod is like the most effective, easy, safe, and reversible way to mod the mobo. Thanks guys!

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yeah i know ... some people give "advice" without knowing SQUAT ... im talking from experience and im well informed about pencil modding
Yeah i here that.But i guess they have to learn some how..lol
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these temps seemed too good to be true on idle..fan in case all set to LOW!

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Nice OC J.HA.

I can do 3.55Ghz at 1.44v. The voltage that you needed to get 3.4 was very similar to what I needed. I would bet that you could stabilize it at 3.55-3.6.

To clarify, the Q6600 G0 and other 65nm chips can take up to 1.5v, some say 1.55v is okay. The max recommended temp is 70c.
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I know it sucks to do, but you still need to reseat your TRUE. Two cores higher than the other two almost always happens when it isn't bolted down tightly enough and it starts drooping, partly due to its sheer weight. The washer mod is probably causing this.

If you haven't lapped either the CPU or the TRUE, then the washer mod is pointless, since it will actually make it harder to get the TRUE mounted tightly enough. You should try removing the washer. In my experience the washer mod is unnecessary even when both are lapped. (Your mileage may vary, of course.)

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these temps seemed too good to be true on idle..fan in case all set to LOW!

It depends on the TjMax that version of Everest is using, use the latest Real Temp 2.90 beta RC4 or Core Temp 0.99.3 which use a Tjmax of 100°C for a "more accurate" indication

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