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im getting ready to oc my q6600 however when with an ambient room temp of 65/f i load at 46/46/44/44c.... is this too hot to try to oc? or should i just leave well enough alone till i get some water cooling
    
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im getting ready to oc my q6600 however when with an ambient room temp of 65/f i load at 46/46/44/44c.... is this too hot to try to oc? or should i just leave well enough alone till i get some water cooling
Vcore is?

Keep the temps <75°c and you'll be fine.
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Crank your FSP to 333 and bump you vcore +.o2-.05v and tell us what your temps are.

Use coretemp 0.96.1
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Vcore is?

Keep the temps <75°c and you'll be fine.
Vcore is 1.2 ... everything is stock at the moment
    
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