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Who has O/C'd an C2D E6600 with an asus P5B or P5B-Deluxe?

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What kind of clocks have you got???
A guy on this thread says hes got his at 3.5gHz with the ABit AW9D-MAX:
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...-core-2-a.html

And im not sure what to go with.
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I know that you stated E6600.... mine is <

You should be able to run it at 3.52 w/o a hitch. See specs below for MoBo.
Bear in mind that if you use the P5B-D you will most likely need the 0711 BIOS to clear the "power on - puase - power on issue".
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by that logic i should get be able to O/C higher cause the E6600 should have a higher multiplier.
Yes?



i cant seem to justify paying almost twice as much for the E6700
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Originally Posted by Lord_Hate
by that logic i should get be able to O/C higher cause the E6600 should have a higher multiplier.
Yes?



i cant seem to justify paying almost twice as much for the E6700
I unlocked my Multi with the 0711 BIOS, I am running @ 8 x 440 / 1:1

Empirically speaking, it is HEAT that is holding me back. I have got to 3.6, but I get the willies as the temps go into the low 60's on air.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Lord_Hate
by that logic i should get be able to O/C higher cause the E6600 should have a higher multiplier.
Yes?



i cant seem to justify paying almost twice as much for the E6700
The only difference between the 6600 and the 67000 is the multi on the 6700 is higher. With these chips, people are actually able to (on some boards, P5B with 0711 BIOS is one of them) lower the multi, getting higher FSB overclocks while staying around the same clock speed.

For this reason especially, there really isn't much reason to pay extra for the 6700 as both the 6600 and the 6700 have the 4MB cache.

I went with the 6700 because I did NOT have to pay extra for it, and I wanted to see if I could get to 4Ghz, the 10x multi would help with that. But I never would have payed $600 for the 6700. The 6600 is a good choice.
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Is the Big Typhoon better than what you have or not much.
speaking of cooling, how far do u figure the E6600 could be O/C'd on liquid?
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Core 2 Duo E6600 @ 3.528GHz(392x9) Asus P5B-E XFX GeForce 7950 GT Xtreme (With fan) OCZ Titanium PC6400 (2x 1024MB) 
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2x 250GB Seagate SATA, 16MB Cache, RAID 0 OCZ GameXStream 700W 
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2x 250GB Seagate SATA, 16MB Cache, RAID 0 OCZ GameXStream 700W 
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