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Volt hungry batch?

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I'm currently under the impression that my C2D e6600 is a volt hungry beast If anybody has an "L640F" batch e6600, please post your results. I'm currently Orthos 9 hours stable, at 3.4Ghz with 1.53V.
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Wow that's more than mine lol!

I'll look up my batch later, only takes me around 1.325 for 3.2.

Maybe it's your motherboard?
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me too.... im running 3.5 ghz with 1.525 vcore, ANYTHING below that and it wont pass orthos. with vdroop, my board reports 1.47v (speedfan)
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yeah the F stepping need a lot of voltage but they generally tend to run farely cool considering how much voltage the need
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It could be, I'm not sure though, as I don't have another board to test with. I reserved a G0 stepping Q6600 with tankguys, and I'll probably buy another board when that ships.

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yeah the F stepping need a lot of voltage but they generally tend to run farely cool considering how much voltage the need
Thanks for the input, mine does tend to run fairly cool, but this board doesn't offer anything between 1.6V-1.8. So 1.6 is the max I can really run, but I don't know how well that will treat me.
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