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post #1 of 9
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hey guys.

i have just bought myself a Asus Maximus II Formula and i am overclocking my Q6600 to 3.6GHz, when i get it stable, 20 test of intel burn i usually shut my pc down to cool down etc, when i come back on and try it again, it fails the test and cant go even 5 tests, but after about 3-4 fails it is perfectly stable for 20 test. Is this a problem with my program or my stability? because surly 20 tests is stable. if you guys want any more info just ask and ill post it.

ratio: 9
FSB: 400
CPU voltage: 1.36875v
CPU PLL: auto
FSB termination: auto
Dram voltage: 2.10475v
NB: 1.17950v
SB: Auto
CPU GTL 0: +30mV
CPU GTL 1: +30mV
CPU GTL 2: +30mV
CPU GTL 3: +30mV
NB GTL: + 10mV

also the Q6600 is a G0 SCLAR.

any comment, help etc is very much appreciated.

cheers
post #2 of 9
20 loops of standard burning is OK, not very stable but its OK.
50 loops of standard burning i would call stable.
i usually do 50 loops of high to test for stability and dont forget to use prime95 for blend and small fft's etc.
post #3 of 9
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Originally Posted by Roweyi7 View Post
20 loops of standard burning is OK, not very stable but its OK.
50 loops of standard burning i would call stable.
i usually do 50 loops of high to test for stability and dont forget to use prime95 for blend and small fft's etc.
Just wow! I though the point of running IBT is so you don't have to hammer at your CPU for hours to see if it will be stable as it runs hotter and harder than standard stress test?

Back to the OP in order to run "stable" on the same proc. and OC I am at 1.48v so maybe a little extra voltage will help your consistancy
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post #4 of 9
you cant find true stability just using IBT. You should always use prime and do 12 hours of small fft's and 24 hours of blend if you want to find real stability.
post #5 of 9
1.368v in bios is kinda low for a q6600 @ 3.6ghz. I needed 1.55v in bios for 3520mhz when I had a Q66.

You should also know that if you plan on hitting 3.6ghz on a q6600, regardless of voltage, you'll need some proper cooling. (ie: at least a venX or something similar)
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post #6 of 9
yeah, those chips are really voltage hungry. Later quads need less voltage like mine or the Q9650 for example.
post #7 of 9
I have a question.
Assuming someone like me has parents who won't allow for any electrical appliance; save the fridge and the air-con to run for 24 hours, what can I do to ensure maximum stability?

I don't want it to be benchmark-stable.
I want it to be everyday-stable.

I've run IBT for 20 runs Maximum on my system. 6GB of RAM, and about 5.2GB was used on those 20 runs.
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post #8 of 9
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yeah i want mine, everyday / gaming stable not benchmark stable.
my cooling is a prolimatech megahalems so cooling is all good.
ill try increasing my cpu voltage.
i will try

ratio: 9
FSB: 400
CPU voltage: 1.45v
CPU PLL: 1.60v
FSB termination: 1.34v
Dram voltage: 2.10475v
NB: 1.35v
SB: Auto
CPU GTL 0: +30mV
CPU GTL 1: +30mV
CPU GTL 2: +30mV
CPU GTL 3: +30mV
NB GTL: + 10mV

i was also talking about 20 loops on extreme not standard.

cheers
Edited by macarule - 6/15/11 at 6:24am
post #9 of 9
Thread Starter 
seems stable at
CPU voltage: 1.4v
NB: 1.25v
everything is on auto and its actually more stable.
i passed 40 ITB on maximum. max temp of 78C seems good to me

cheers
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