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E6600 - Progress so far

post #1 of 4
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Hi,

I just thought, that I post here and check if I'm doing everything good so far.

CPU fan is Intel-stock.
DRAM:FSB Ratio: 1:1

Stats at stock:
CPU idle temp: 24-26C
CPU core idle temps: 34-38C
CPU fan idle speed: 800-875RPM
CPU load temp: 41-43C
CPU fan load speed: 1150-1200RPM

Then I started overclocking.
1. Turned uncessary stuff off etc..
2. Changed vcore - 1.375.
3. Changed fsb - 300.
4. Tested if stable (15-30min Orthos).
5. Slowly got to 333 (my goal).
6. Slowly got to back to vcore 1.35.
7. Ran Orthos for 2.5h. (didn't have the time for "overnight" test yet)

Current stats:
CPU idle temp: 30-31C
CPU core idle temps: 40-42C
CPU fan idle speed: 850-900RPM
CPU load temp: 46-48C
CPU core load temp: 56-58C
CPU fan load speed: 1450-1550PM

What's the adv/disadvantages of a vcore lower than 1.35? Is everything good so far? Should I try going for more?
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post #2 of 4
nice. yes defiantly more but change that cooler man thats a hot conroe, but ur idle is really good wow
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post #3 of 4
you should be able to OC that E6600 to 3.24GHz without upping the vcore. I had mine running 18 hours stable in orthos with 1.21v vcore at 3.24GHz. Basically as you up the vcore, you will increase the temps. I notice the temps going up on mine when I go over 1.3v

edit:
set your FSB to 360 and leave your vcore at stock (something around 1.28v) and run orthos.

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post #4 of 4
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Thanks.
First, I'll try going for a lower vcore and then I might try going for 350*9.
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Seagate 250GB 7200rpm 16MB cache SATAII SAMSUNG 226BW Logitech Media Keyboard Elite 420W 
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Hard DriveMonitorKeyboardPower
Seagate 250GB 7200rpm 16MB cache SATAII SAMSUNG 226BW Logitech Media Keyboard Elite 420W 
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