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Idle temps thru Everest v4.0 are CPU 37 and Mobo 41
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Use core temp .095. Everest temps for cpu are inaccurate.

I added a couple of pics in my last post for a quick mod I did on the door of my kids rig. The kingwin will be easy to do and it will give you a real benefit of airflow.

For cpu cooler:

Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme (Best)

Tuniq Tower 120

Thermalright Ultra 120

Thermaltake big typhoon vx (with a better fan)

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yes, when I up the Multi it lets me do it. When I save the settings it reverts back to 9. My impression was that the Multis are only unlocked on the Extreme version of the processors.......

Good suggestion, I will definitely get a 120mm fan and cut a hole. Does that fan pull air out of the case or blow it in in over the RAM and CPU?

I'll look for a new CPu fan tomorrow also. Thanks for the info guys!
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You better if set that fan intake.And set 1 more out, in the back of your case.
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You better if set that fan intake.And set 1 more out, in the back of your case.

ok, both fans in the back of the case are out......
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ok, both fans in the back of the case are out......
OK.Now you want 1 in the front intake and the 1 in the side too.With 2 out you fine.
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OK.Now you want 1 in the front intake and the 1 in the side too.With 2 out you fine.
awesome. I'll order everything tomorrow.....
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yes, when I up the Multi it lets me do it. When I save the settings it reverts back to 9. My impression was that the Multis are only unlocked on the Extreme version of the processors.......

Good suggestion, I will definitely get a 120mm fan and cut a hole. Does that fan pull air out of the case or blow it in in over the RAM and CPU?

I'll look for a new CPu fan tomorrow also. Thanks for the info guys!
I looked it up.Only cpu's with X in the descriptor (QX6700 for example) have unlocked multi. the Q6600 doesn't.

A 120mm intake fan will definitely improve your case temps to close to room temperature.
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yes, when I up the Multi it lets me do it. When I save the settings it reverts back to 9.
You should still be able to lower the multiplier to x7, x8 and possibly x6 though. I'm not 100% sure with the Core 2 Quad's though.
post #1430 of 5659
try again, the right thread this time.... :-)

This MB rocks! And Intel's Core Duo 775's!

Just bought ...

- Asus P5N32-E SLI NF680i SLI, S 775
- Intel Core 2 Duo E6600, Socket 775
- Zalman CNPS9700-NT nVidia Tritium
- 320MB XFX 8800GTS XT, PCI-E (x16)
- 2GB (2x1GB) Corsair Twinx XMS2, DDR
- 74 Gb Western Digital WD740ADFD Rap

Without even playing with voltages, got 3.3Ghz straight away (E6600) - just by increasing the FSB (with memory sync unlocked)

Not a big overclocker, so just running at my *new* clock speed of 2.93Ghz pretending I have an "Intel Core 2 Extreme X6800 / 2.93 GHz processor"! On full load the CPU temp seems to peak at about 57degC (multiple benchmark progs), but mostly running under 45-50degC. Are these acceptable temps?
And I was thinking of buying the E6700 before I spotted this forum!
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