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E6600 Temps

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Well, I'm new to the world of Intel overclocking...

Got my E6600 running at ~3.5 GHz with 1.4v Core and it's hitting 52C at max load. Is that ok? Do I have more room to raise temps a bit?

On another note, what are some things other than vCore to stabilize a C2D? In case there's something that AMD's don't have
post #2 of 6
Intels should go to 55c Max Load.

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post #3 of 6
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Memory is set at 800 MHz, 1t.
post #4 of 6
3.5 GHz with 1.4v @ 52C sounds really good,welcome abroad

Did you try 3.6Ghz? 400x9 1:1 ram would perform great,
post #5 of 6
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Tried 3.6, 1600 FSB... but it rebooted on a SuperPi 1m quick test.

Guess I could try a few more volts on it...
post #6 of 6
Keeping the voltage down is good ofc but couple'o more C degrees wont kill it I saw ppl going upto 1.55 which i dont suggest at all but give it a try at 1.45 or 1.475.Usually you start from the higher voltage and see if it functions normal and then drop the voltage little by little,find the lowest stable.
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