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post #11 of 19
The Q6600 will be responsible for about 2x the heat as a E6420 at the same clock speed and voltage.

The Q6600 will be just fine well over 80C, but it still isn't good to be idling that high!
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post #12 of 19
Quote:
Originally Posted by nagal View Post
I know that is the way to do it for the Dual Cores but is this still the correct way for the Quads?
Same question here.
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post #13 of 19
Quote:
Originally Posted by SomeDooD View Post
Same question here.
Grains of Rice for C2D, THIN Line across for Quads. THIN!!!!!

Here is the link to AS5 placement.
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post #14 of 19
Quote:
Originally Posted by nagal View Post
I know that is the way to do it for the Dual Cores but is this still the correct way for the Quads?
My personal favorite method is to put a small drop on the center of the CPU. Then you get a baggy (like a lunch baggy or one of the million baggies that computer parts come in) and put your finger in it. Then use your finger to spread the AS5 around (evenly). You should collect a fair amount on the baggy (good) and have a very thin layer of AS5 on the CPU (to where you can still see the CPU).
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post #15 of 19
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With my Zalman CNPS9500 it idles at 40'C, so I installed windows with this cooling. Haven't checked under load yet cause I still need to install drivers etc. I've done some real basic overclocking, 300*9 to put it at 2700, but windows won't boot with that, so I'll just have to stick with it's stock speed I guess, I'll have a better look at that later on as well.
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post #16 of 19
What i do is i clean off the old AS5 on both the cooler and Processor and put new AS5 on top. Make sure you clean it all off then reapply the cooler. Should do the trick.
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post #17 of 19
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Temps seem to be normal now, it's not the heat thats making the overclock unstable. And I already cleaned of both the cooler and cpu. No matter how small the overclock is, it just is unstable. Combination CPU + mainboard, could that be the problem? Either way, no overclock for me on this system.
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post #18 of 19
Its possible could be the motherboard, might want to update the BIOS unless its been done already. i know the common ASUS and Gigabyte boards used are ok with the Q6600 and overclocking, DS3 series boards and the newer P5 boards from ASUS are pretty good for overclocking.
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post #19 of 19
Dont listen to these grain of rice people. That won't do anything for a quad. You need a thin line right across the cores. http://www.arcticsilver.com/pdf/appi..._quad_wcap.pdf
Thats a link to the guide for it from arctic. I would trust the comanys guide. It worked good for me any my quad
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