OC Status Update: Obtaining a new high record!
Unfortunately, things did not get smooth sailing as soon as I challenge my Q6600 G0's max stable OC. At 3720mhz, I can easily go into windows and do regular tasks at relatively low 1.41v but it's definetely not prime stable at this given Vcore.
I tried to get preliminary prime stable result with each Vcore interval increment and I finally stopped at 1.55v set in BIOS. 1.55v set in BIOS = 1.5200v idle and 1.5120v full load. At this given Vcore, I was having difficulties in getting prime stable in less than a minute run.
FSB 465 x 8 multiplier were the settings for 3720mhz.
I know I'm near the boundary of my Q6600 G0 and P5K-Dlx's max stable FSB overclock, so even with relatively high Vcore, prime is not showing stability for the current OC stage in less than a min.
I'm going to try to pass the OC beyond the previous 3.6ghz prime 8+ hour stable thredshold using the default x9 multiplier.
More results to come FSB 460 x 8 was able to run prime's 3 tests for a couple mins before it failed, which is a little better than FSB 465 x 8. At this point I'm still trying to figure out whether if it's my air cooled setup that's reaching the max OC-ability for Q6600 G0 or may be that the CPU is near its max FSB OC or the motherboard is starting to show instability support at high FSB OC.