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I will probably be bashed by this, but I found this on ANOTHER forum.. had some nice forum member success stories.

lapped my IHS on a Q6600 (pics and results) - Overclockers Forums

Lathing, Sanding, Smoothing...CPU - Overclockers Forums
Thank you vary much!!!,, Well Im trying that,, soon maybe next weekend after work!!!
    
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@Treatment X & SavageFuDD

It is obvious that the warm air under my desk is a problem. I can always ventilate when benchmarking, but for a stable running system I am stuck with a Vcore of 1.5v which push the CPU temps in the high 60s and FSB1500 is unstable at that voltage anyway. I tried the VTT 1.55v setting but that caused my system to crash consistently at any clock. THe article mentioned earlier stated that it had to be individually tailored so I might have to experiment a bit. The highest setting certainly did not help me in any way.

Thank you for the link with the Lapping technique. It could improve the heat exchange some. It seems a bit risky though. I may have to forward my plans to learn water cooling. In any case I am not going any further until I can afford to scrap my E6600 and get a Qxxxx to replace it. I need this PC up and running, it is my gamer and my multimedia center

Oops long post, oh well. Thanks to all who contributed, and especially the original poster. I have learned a lot, even if I only read about 20% of the thread
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Glad those links helped.

May I suggest that everyone who's on this forum NOT be intimidated by watercooling. IF you're proactive enough to come on here and look for answers, have built your own system, you can watercool. I was a bit intimidated myself, I even had a spill once... but following precautions and directions, nothing ever broke/fried etc.

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It isn't that hard, and there are already good guides, but forums like this and other forums have members that are always helpful and constructive.

My final conclusion with my lapping : 3C reduced at idle, 5C reduced at load (on average across 4 cores), the delta between the 4 cores are within 1C now. Best $10 I've spent.
    
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Hello guys,

Little update, I just hit 389fsb result:

3.5Ghz

mem 4-4-4-6 T1
settings:

Vcore: 1.55v

HT: 1.4V

Mem : 2.250V

Nb: 1.5v’

USlatin NB 1.55V

I think is too much, you can boil a egg on top of the spirit even now it’s hot!

SB: 1.5V

VTT: 1.55

Realy don’t get it, for long time E6600 won’t pass 378 even with the new bios 1203
and 100.000 different volts and mem settings.
Am I going mad ore is mine P5N32 possessed?
Little help with lapping, fine sandpaper grain P600, P700, P800 and put tight on a glass sheet and go with care….?
Thx for the help
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Anubis.... yea I am a bit worried about 1.55V on the NB but I've heard nothing from anyone here other than you... thanks for giving me ur opinion... I'd love to know if 1.55V is way too much for others too..

X, cool... good for you enjoy
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First post here. I assume my system details will appear below. I am using a CM Stacker 830 and I have temperature problems. When I close the case the CPU temp rises 10+ °C, but the MB temp cools by 4-5°C. My CPU cooler is a Noctua with two fans in addition to the rear case fan for a total of 3 120mm Noctua fans speeding the airflow through the cooler out the back of the case.

Right now I have a stable system at 3.3GHz. RAM is at 1066/5-5-5-15-2T, CPU idles at 40°C, MB at 43°C. When I close the case CPU temp rise to 50°C and MB cools to about 38°C. I expect some differences, but the CPU heats up a lot. When I run Orthos now the CPU will max out around 70°C !! These numbers are read at room temperature ~25°C

I use ProbeII, CPU-Z, Core Temp and NVMonitor to read values. Seems NVMonitor only reports nominal voltages. Can I trust these apps? I am using all the latest drivers, nTune etc., but my BIOS is 1002.

Take a look at the images of my rig. Aren't my temperatures very high? I tried remounting the cooler, using arctic silver 5 paste thingy spreading even thin layer as I have done many times with excellent results. Screws are as tight as they can be.

Images:
http://www.tdz.no/pc/gamerpics/gamer...6_opencase.jpg
http://www.tdz.no/pc/gamerpics/gamer...ler_intake.jpg
http://www.tdz.no/pc/gamerpics/gamer_cpucooler_top.jpg
http://www.tdz.no/pc/gamerpics/gamer_cpucooler_top2.jpg
http://www.tdz.no/pc/gamerpics/gamer_front_open.jpg
http://www.tdz.no/pc/gamerpics/gamer_front_reverse.jpg
just one thing I noticed:
the intakes are not the best I've seen... if you can I'd cut some of the metal out of the HDD case to let those fans work... those little holes are restricting the airflow waaaaay too much I bet...

Hey LitlRatt, you are running 3.375GHz on your Q6600 GO, did you stabilize that? What NB voltage did you use?
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Heads-up! New Nvidia betas are out:
BETA Drivers

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Bioshock? Biaowha? Biowho? heheh.. what is that?
Anyone try them out?
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Glad those links helped.

May I suggest that everyone who's on this forum NOT be intimidated by watercooling. IF you're proactive enough to come on here and look for answers, have built your own system, you can watercool. I was a bit intimidated myself, I even had a spill once... but following precautions and directions, nothing ever broke/fried etc.

I am watercooling, and now that I have, I can't ever go back. There are times where I'm just 3C above ambient at idle. There's just no competition in terms of price-performance. Ultra Extremes' are running up $75 already. A weak watercooling system can be had at $150 (though I recommend at least $250), and watercooled systems can be extended to your gpu (which I also did)...

It isn't that hard, and there are already good guides, but forums like this and other forums have members that are always helpful and constructive.

My final conclusion with my lapping : 3C reduced at idle, 5C reduced at load (on average across 4 cores), the delta between the 4 cores are within 1C now. Best $10 I've spent.

Thas not bad,, But as much as I upgrade,, not sure if I want to go that rout yet,, Butt I have thought about it..
    
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