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That's what I did with mine
Would you happen to have pictures or could you tell me how you went about it?
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Hi, all. This is my first post to this forum (and I think to OC net). I wanted to thank you all for your excellent recommendations for this board. It has been a rough eight months since I bought it, but I've tamed most of the beasts. I especially appreciate the cooling advice, which I TOOK.

I must say, however, that I would have rethought the effort of installing a Coolermaster Mini R80. I'm stable at 3.46 on my QX6700, but I experience a slew of TDR (nvlddmkm) errors when I go faster; I think it's heat-related.

I must admit I haven't read through all 238 pages of this thread, but it is certainly at the top of my to-do list.

Cheers,

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I finally found a 3.3GHz 4-4-4-12-2T 1000MHz that just passed the 10hs Prime blend stable but... EDIT:11hs by now

Unfortunately I upped my NB to 1.55 at the same time that I dropped the memory frequency so I am not sure but I might be able to go down to 1.5V at least on the NB...

I am completely upset though cause It was impossible to stabilize the NB with 4GB with any overclocking and the OC on the 2GBs is nowhere near the RAM's capabilities!!!
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Would you happen to have pictures or could you tell me how you went about it?
All I did was crush the pipe, near the hs, with a hammer.
Cut with a Dremel cutoff wheel. Same technique for both of them.
I have a 120 Loon pointed directly at them from the case window and they are still warm.
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ok it failed... 11hs 44min though
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^^^ almost 12hrs (close enough in my book) .

I have a question regarding voltages. Currently I'm a e6700@3.0ghz with the following voltages:
vcore=1.2750
1.2ht=1.3
nb=1.45
sb=1.5
cpuvtt=1.55

my ram is unlinked and is running at 800mhz. I can hit 3.2ghz stable with vcore=1.35. I tried to hit 3.33ghz stable with 1.35, but it would fail orthos (best was 52 minutes). I know increasing the vcore will make it more stable. What should I do with the other voltages? Keep in mind that I still have stock cooling on the nb and sb, but now have a silverstone 106cfm fan blowing into the case.
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truth be told, I believe no one can give you a magic bullet, everyone's ambient temps are different by a little bit, you seem to be on the right track. I don't think it's the NB/SB that's holding you back though, 3.33ghz at 1.35 seems like pretty low volt, but I had a very bad E6700 before and it would take 1.3875v to hit 3.33ghz, and maxed out at 1.625v 3.9ghz. (i'm on water).

I don't think you can do enough damage to the chip before it turns itself off, I have yet to hear someone really frying their CPU. So if you're on stock cooling, I believe 1.4-1.45v is pretty good, and just push your fsb that way. And i'd go straight to 3.33ghz to start (333FSB x 10, or 1332 QDR bios), then slowly go up. If it's too much, you'll crash... system will shut off, won't e ven have enough time to begin making any damage.

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OK I bought an Antec 900 yesterday and moved my rig into it. Like a proud papa I posted info on Overclock.net in the Cases and Mods forum.

Guess what - I learned that for the past year I've had my Freezer 7 Pro installed BACKWARDS!!

Corrected that today... results are NICE... With a 3.465GHz OC my idle temp is either 16c or 31c depending on what you believe the 6850 Tjunction to be. More info on my goof-up and corrections at http://www.overclock.net/computer-ca...st2576363.html

I'll be back working up OC data in a day or so. Right now I am just enjoying my fancy new case with it's lovely blue-lit fans.
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truth be told, I believe no one can give you a magic bullet, everyone's ambient temps are different by a little bit, you seem to be on the right track. I don't think it's the NB/SB that's holding you back though, 3.33ghz at 1.35 seems like pretty low volt, but I had a very bad E6700 before and it would take 1.3875v to hit 3.33ghz, and maxed out at 1.625v 3.9ghz. (i'm on water).

I don't think you can do enough damage to the chip before it turns itself off, I have yet to hear someone really frying their CPU. So if you're on stock cooling, I believe 1.4-1.45v is pretty good, and just push your fsb that way. And i'd go straight to 3.33ghz to start (333FSB x 10, or 1332 QDR bios), then slowly go up. If it's too much, you'll crash... system will shut off, won't e ven have enough time to begin making any damage.

Ambient temps?
thanks for the info . I have a zalman 9700, but I still have the stock passive cooling on the nb and sb. I'm wondering if I should up the other voltages along with the vcore, or just leave them alone? My ambient temperature is around 24-25c.
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