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I wanna hit 3.6ghz benchmark stable on my 6600.

Its product no is L630F105, and right now its on 3.3ghz with 1.41v.

I really just wanna know what is a safe max voltage for a e6600 with a non lapped tt120. 1.45? 1.48? 1.5?

Currently getting around 51c-53 load temps on Orthos with 22°ish ambient temps
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You can go to 1.5v max. At that ambient (22C) your current loads are ok, but you may see a significant rise in temp pushing for 3.6. Good luck!
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I would stay where you are with summer just around the corner, unless you intend to throw some water cooling on that chip. Have to keep in mind that temps will rise drastically lol.
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ahh, I'm in Australia and my seasons are opposite to yours, so we are going into winter right now. Its only gonna get colder from here. ^_^

Oh, and thanks to jstupiansky for the clarification on the volts
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ahh, I'm in Australia and my seasons are opposite to yours, so we are going into winter right now. Its only gonna get colder from here. ^_^

Oh, and thanks to jstupiansky for the clarification on the volts
OH YEAH!!!! *****

Then you should be good up to 1.5 on air, 1.6 with water, go crazy/kill your chip on phase.
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Kai- you are very welcome!
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I have to set mine to 1.60v but with the Vdroop it goes down to 1.55v, if anything less it's not stable. Temps are not an issue at all either, luv the tuniq tower 120.
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