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What does it make on OCCT or Prime95? IBT has no real-world value IMO, it just makes stupid amounts of heat.

*EDIT* I see 69C with P95? That's way too much for stock.

Double check your mount and make sure the fans are blowing in the same direction.

What's your case's airflow like?
Yea I didn't get it stable at 1.4v - 3.4Ghz and max temp of 72°C.

I checked my fans, they're blowing in the same direction.

My case's airflow is pretty good, 3 in take fans, 2 exhausts. I measured the temperature inside, it's pretty much ambient.

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Motherboard bowed? Does your heatsink come with a back plate? Are you using it? Is it too tight?

You have the same temps as I do, except I have a B3, and I'm not lapped -- so something probably is up. Could just be luck of the draw and got a ****ty IHS solder job leading to abnormally high temps (for a G0).
Yep, I've got a solid backplate and the motherboard isn't bent. It doesn't seem too tight either, nice and snug.

I'm going to suspect a shwittty IHS solder job, since it's the only thing I've got left really.

The thing is... how do I fix it ? Keep lapping till I hit the actual HS on the die ? (I'm not kidding, I'm desperate)
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Only lap until it's completely flat and showing copper.

How are you applying the TIM?
 
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Only lap until it's completely flat and showing copper.

How are you applying the TIM?
okay, that's what I've done thx

I put a lil drop in the middle and check if it seals all the gaps. Which it does.

However, I might have another clue as to why my CPU acts so weird.

When I lower the voltage. It gets more stable... 3.2Ghz at 1.28v now... fairly stable so it seems. Anything beyond 1.3v causes issues.
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okay, that's what I've done thx

I put a lil drop in the middle and check if it seals all the gaps. Which it does.

However, I might have another clue as to why my CPU acts so weird.

When I lower the voltage. It gets more stable... 3.2Ghz at 1.28v now... fairly stable so it seems. Anything beyond 1.3v causes issues.
Looks like your board has no heatsink on its VRMs and only four power phases, don't expect much OCing out of it with a Q6600.

Get what you can but if you aren't getting much above 3GHz, I blame the board.
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Looks like your board has no heatsink on its VRMs and only four power phases, don't expect much OCing out of it with a Q6600.

Get what you can but if you aren't getting much above 3GHz, I blame the board.
Aah ! Thanks. That could explain why my other chip (45nm) did so well. No problem mate, I might just buy a used p45-p35 mobo then

Thx !

EDIT : wow... talk about not finding what you need... no one seems to sell theirs in my area
Edited by Xenthos - 10/27/11 at 5:29am
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Originally Posted by Mike-IRL View Post
Looks like your board has no heatsink on its VRMs and only four power phases, don't expect much OCing out of it with a Q6600.

Get what you can but if you aren't getting much above 3GHz, I blame the board.
Good catch, I didn't see that.

Q6600 will quickly fry the VRMs if they aren't strong enough and you push the VCore. Trust me on that.
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post #17 of 19
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Good catch, I didn't see that.

Q6600 will quickly fry the VRMs if they aren't strong enough and you push the VCore. Trust me on that.
I have a bunch of copper, a small heatsink and a dad who can solder lying around, I might just try and mod it into a vrm heatsink.


The mobo, not my dad.
Edited by Xenthos - 10/27/11 at 9:56am
post #18 of 19
Yh my dfi p45 DK burnt out the pwms because they were getting too hot, make sure your pwms have good cooling too. Luckly on my P45 Extreme and DQ6 they have nice big heatsinks on them!
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post #19 of 19
The good news is that for BF3 you don't have to go too far on that Q6600 to avoind a bottleneck on that card. Sylon is at 3.4 GHz on his 6600 and his GTx 580 runs at 99% during the game.

Just be careful and don't fry that mobo.
 
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