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Originally Posted by Dominazn View Post
would i be crazy to up the voltage from 1.2 to 1.35? and up the FSB from 1200 to 1300+? or take loooooooooooooooooooooooooong baby steps?

Well considering the default voltage for the Q6600 is 1.25v to 1.3v, you are not doing anything crazy!

I'm suggesting the 1.35v vcore because that is a drop in the ocean in vcore terms for the Q6600.

What I gave you was a baseline that will get 90% of all Q6600s to 3.2GHz stable on that board with those settings.

The only thing that will stop you, is if you have a rediculously poor OCing CPU, or if you happen to have a FSB Hole at that QDR...

See here for FSB Hole.
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