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the fsb just starts higher that all everything else would be at stock so your starting point would be 3.0ghz and not 2.4ghz
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The bsel-mod is just the same as manually setting the FSB.

If you can set the FSB manually its useless to do the BSel mod.

With my Q9650 and 435Mhz FSB and Lower memory frequency i scored higher memory bandwidth then Lower FSB and Higher memory frequency.

So in theory the maximum with your Motherboard will be 9x435=3915Mhz Core Frequency.

Most Q6600 will only get to 3.4Ghz - 3.6Ghz with reasonable voltages. (Under 1.5v Vcore)
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Keep in mind the maximum temperature of the cores on a Q6600 G0 is going to be around 65*C. Anything higher than that, and you'll start to slowly kill it, and you could also become unstable. Now that you've lapped that chip, get a better cooler. Forget your case fans, concentrate on a better cooler.

Also, as its been said, Q6600's generally top out at 3.2-3.6GHz, depending on the VID (can be checked via CoreTemp). If you have a lower than 1.30v VID, you'll get decent clocks out of it. If you have a really low VID (like 1.25v or even lower), you might, MIGHT be able to push to 3.8-4.0GHz if your board will do it. If you have a 1.30v or higher VID, good luck even hitting 3.2-3.4 stable.
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My VID is 1.275 according to Coretemp and at the moment i have an Artic Freezer Xtreme Rev 2.0 for cooling my cpu. I was planning of buying 3 cooler fans to add to my case , plus another 120mm fan so i can attach it on my current cpu Cooler. Wouldn't that lower my temps even more or Shall i aim for the Noctua NH-D14?

@Prescotter.. I will try 8*425 which is 3.4 Ghz and i will let you know. smile.gif
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Hello everyone. I would like to share with you all that my Q6600 is running stable at 3.4Ghz! Max temps were 63,63,58,58.

My rams are running from 1333Mhz stock @ 1416Mhz OC with stock voltages (1.5v) I had no BSOD during prime blend tests. shall i leave it like this?

My Bios settings that worked for 3.4ghz were the following:

FSB 425*8 Many thanks @ Prescotter about the PCI-E tip. I broke the fsb wall by setting the pci frequency to 102.

Vcore= 1.275 +100mV = 1.375v
NB=1.20v
SB=1.5v
VTT=1.20
Ram Voltage=1.50v
Edited by scorp93 - 11/25/13 at 8:34am
post #36 of 39
1.37v for 3.4Ghz stable is very good result for a Q6600.

For now i think its better to leave the ram, perhaps when you finetuned the CPU then you can try tighten the Memory Timings perhaps with some Extra Dram Voltage.

Maybe you can get a little bit more airflow in your PC case, so the CPU temps drop a tiny bit, then maybe 3.5Ghz can be achieved thumb.gif

i remember my Q6600 needed 1.456v for 3.4Ghz
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My Q6600 VID is 1.2750v so i guess it's good! I am planning on getting a better cpu cooler in the near future. Until then , i am happy with my overclock!

Thanks everyone!
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I feel so stupid when I tried to OC more after a result of having 1.3125v on the Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600, I only tried putting the voltage up a few notches and get some weird error code in the BIOS when I head for 3.4 or 3.6 ghz.
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post #39 of 39
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1.3125v seems to be very low for 3.4 but you should be able to reach 3.3 very easy. I had mine running 3.2ghz fully stable at stock voltages!
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