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post #5551 of 5659
Ordered a xig dark knight off newegg for the incredibly low price of 34.99. Also got two new 120mm rosewill 2000rpm case fans - twice as fast as my cooler master fans now and almost twice the cfm. hopefully these will help with the temps
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Doubt it lol
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Hey guys, haven't checked this thread in forever. What's the fastest rock solid OC achievable on a quad, and with which Quad is it?
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A fellow I know on another forum had his Q6600 running nicely at 3.8ghz. I'm up to 3.3ghz myself, might try for higher but I'm mostly happy here so far.
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3.8Ghz? Did he have a Vmod?

Do the newer Quads get higher without modding?
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Seeing is believing

But why not ask his settings and post them hear. I'm very curious you see
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I remeber when the Q6600 G0 first came out..I got one of the very first ones. If you go back you'll see on this very thread how we went on and on trying to get more out of them. Everyone helped... 3.2GHz unstable seemed the limit with some boards hitting 3.25Ghz unstable as PMS'ing girls.

I was hoping that the new Quads didn't need whatever that voltage was that we figured out the Quads needed more of... but I guess the answer is no.

There is a hard mod that can be done to the MoBo that will let you push them to 3.6Ghz stable and higher... 3.8Ghz was the limit as far as I can remember. Might be a bit more... but that's a hard mod that is also HARD to get done... tiny soldering involved.
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I was able to hit 4.0 unstable at 1.65v, and 3.4 stable at 1.325v. I have noticed that this board is really picky about the bios when overclocking a quad. I was using the newest bios (17 something) and couldn't even get past 3.4. But I read this page and learned that 1503 is the shizzle, then I could take it as far as i wanted relative to voltage. I hit 4.1 at 1.725v which was my fsb limit (i think) for my board.

The highest I could bench was 3.9, it resulted 6027 CPU points using 3DMark06, which gave me 19442 total points with 2-9600GT 's.

I purchased this board within the first few days that newegg had it. I still love it, its the oldest component in my system. This board is 10 times better than reference 680i boards. IMO. However, I have my eyes on that X58 gigabyte board whit the liquid cooled NB.
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WOW... wow... I need to talk to you...is this from water cooling?!?!

1503 let you bench at 3.9Ghz?!?!

What is your rock solid 24/7 at least 24hs stable clock?

Are you the only one? Anyone else get similar results?
Edited by USlatin - 4/6/09 at 3:04pm
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Yes, I am running liquid. Its a simple system though, 2x120 swiftech rad with CPU and NB cooled.

As far as stability goes, I have my own opinion. People may disagree with me, but I don't need a program like prime95 to give stability results. In the real world systems don't get 100% stress for 24 hours. They get 2-15 hours of gaming, ripping dvd's, surfing the web and usual stuff. My stability test goes like this... I go to a LAN party with what I think is the highest stable clock, and I let it ride. If I don't crash after 20 hours of gaming, file transfers and high temps then I know its stable.

So... My highest sudo stable clock is 3.4Ghz 1.325

Here is a link to my 3DMark result:
http://service.futuremark.com/result...Results.action
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