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What? -7c????? are you using a Tec?
yea im curious 2, post sum pics of ur system. i wanna see what u have.
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My apologies, but 70º on stock cooling seems like a teen scream to me.

Yeah, my e6600 does -7ºC @ Idle and 7ºC @ Full Load w/ 3.6Gb @ 360/1440MHz @ 1.35v according to Everest Ultimate, TAT and Core Temp.
Thank you for the temp, but I am looking for Q6600 temps. Like I said earlier, everything was fine when I had it on my E6600. Q6600 uses Kentsfield chip and can tolerance 15c more than E6600. 70c Tjunction load temp is right on stock cooler, its simliar to 55c on E6600

I just did another run with ambient temp 25c. Core temp went to 71c under TAT load and PC Probe II shows 62c. I guess it is because PC Probe II measures Tcase temp instead of Tjunction.

I will go try to remove the Koolance quick release bracket and see if it improve things this afternoon
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What? -7c????? are you using a Tec?
No, Ira-K is the Peltier/TEC man. It's just my Ghetto Elite external
w/ vertical flow A/C, plexi rad shelf and DIY tech station as seen below:

  
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No, Ira-K is the Peltier/TEC man. It's just my Ghetto Elite external
w/ vertical flow A/C, plexi rad shelf and DIY tech station as seen below:

for a sec, I thought you building some kinda of WMD in ur house. lol j/k

I have found the problem. It is the Koolance Quick release adaptor that is restricting the flow, by 40% >< so my pump is doing 600lph instead of 1000lph.

My new temps are:

Q6600 1.26vcore 3Ghz
ambient temp 29c
air flow 29.4c
Fluid XP 31.2c
idle: Tjunction 45c / Tcase 36c
load: Tjunction 63c / Tcase 52c

Honestly, it is still a little higher than what I expected. But I guess you can't expect too much from this WC
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At least it was a quick fix.
  
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