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overclocking is about patience, the more you have it the better results you will get, just a note my 5.1ghz runs fine for about 2hours with only 1.43v, to ensure more stability I had to raise it to 1.47, this enabled me to pass the 12hours mark in prime blend and I never got a bsod since then.
Hey there since you know about overclocking I neeed to oc q6600 to 3.2 or 3.0ghz on P43ES3G, the pc specs are

Q6600
P43ES3G GYGABYTE
DDR2 CORSAIR 4GB XM2 MEMORY
585 WATT POWER SUPPLY
5850 HD RADEON
Z5 ROSEWILL COOLING

I need help and I need the commputer to be faster so i can get work done quicker. Thank You, any help is appreciated
Edited by xechi - 5/23/11 at 9:43am
post #22 of 28
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Hey there since you know about overclocking I neeed to oc q6600 to 3.2 or 3.0ghz on P43ES3G, the pc specs are

Q6600
P43ES3G GYGABYTE
DDR2 CORSAIR 4GB XM2 MEMORY
585 WATT POWER SUPPLY
5850 HD RADEON
Z5 ROSEWILL COOLING

I need help and I need the commputer to be faster so i can get work done quicker. Thank You, any help is appreciated
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Please make your own thread
OK Thanks
Edited by xechi - 5/23/11 at 9:49am
post #24 of 28
12+ hour stress testing is unnecessary IMO. What matters to me is stability doing basic computing/gaming. I don't fold so I don't need my system to be stable at absolute max performance for hours at a time. I know everybody has their own take on what is "stable" but I've never gotten a BSOD outside of stress-testing so I'm good with it...
post #25 of 28
80C is a bit too high for your V. My ambient is pretty high since i'm AZ but my highest load temp are only around 60-63 across the cores, and that i'm using 1.37V for 4.8Ghz. I think you should worry more about your temp than your V.
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FWIW Prime95 routinely craps out on my "stable" overclocks at the 8 hour mark. You say you're too lazy to stress test for more than 2 hours - why not leave your rig blending overnight?
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Mine tops out at about 70c for the two hottest cores when running Blend. i5 2500K@4.5GHz ~1.368v Vcore and Hyper 212+.
    
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So yeah stable at 4.7Ghz for 2 hours, which is all I need.

Damn this Sabertooth mobo is rock solid. Best motherboard I have ever had.

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