to do 3.6 with a Q6600 GO, you should put 1.5V in the bios (with LLC disabled for now). with vdroop, that should be around 1.44 in windows.
test stability (do 9x400 of course).
if it is stable with orthos (give it at least at hour) and the temps are acceptable, drop the vcore in the bios one notch and test again.
rinse , repeat... until you get lowest stable vcore.
once you have done that, write down vcore under load in windows (use cpu-z to monitor while running orthos).
then you can go into the bios and set vcore to that load vcore and enable LLC. it may work or you may have to up vcore one or two notches.