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all I'm saying is if you do have a chip like that I would be VERY interested in it
    
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Tell me all about my 1.3v Q6600 ?
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I think my VID is 1.1 something.... how do I check?
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if you do have a 1.1 something i want it like no bs
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I've never ever even heard of a VID that low, have you>?
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i have a 1.1 VID cpu.. its a M750 though lol.

1.1 VID for a Q6600 = the uber cpu .. no joke.
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seriously I would trade my 4.2 chip + whatever was needed for that chip

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For Q6600 typical VID values range from about 1.2150 to 1.3250V. A lower VID doesn't guarantee it will overclock better/require less voltage at a given frequency, but it does improve your chances.
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I went though about 7 or 8 Q6600's before I got the one I have now and every one from 1.2375 to 1.325 did at least 3.8 but after you get past 3.8-4.0 is when the lower vid seems to come into play
    
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I just think the lower VID would be nice for running on less power. A Q4 can draw some heavy juice when the OC and vcore starts to climb. I wonder how low of a vcore, a 1.1VID Q6600 could operate at for stock use.. or what the Wattage draw would equate to.
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I will wager against it being a 1.1 ;-)
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Mine is 1.3000 and I can hit 3.6 24/7 stable @ 1.45. I've had it lower but there are occasional hiccups so I just bumped it up and left it. Once I hit around 3.7 or 3.8 I need MASSIVE juice, like 1.52 Oh well, my RAM doesn't clock well anyways so 3.6 is just perfect for me
 
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post #38 of 91
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I will wager against it being a 1.1 ;-)
I'd say, thats a smart wager. Other a 45nm cpu, a Merom is the only other cpu I have ever seen with such a low VID.
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Some Q6600 owners batch numbers and VIDs...names removed


-----------------1,2000 Volt-------------L723B874
-----------------1,2000 Volt
-----------------1,2000 Volt
-----------------1,2000 Volt-------------L740A569
-----------------1,2000 Volt-------------L736B220
-----------------1,2000 Volt-------------L737B440
-----------------1,2125 Volt------------737B556
-----------------1,2125 Volt------------L736B258
-----------------1,2125 Volt------------L723B874
-----------------1,2125 Volt------------L737B346
-----------------1,2125 Volt-------------L739B453
-----------------1,2125 Volt-------------L734B493
-----------------1,2125 Volt-------------L734B493
-----------------1,2125 Volt
-----------------1,2125 Volt-------------L734B487
-----------------1,2250 Volt-------------L737B042
-----------------1,2250 Volt-------------L734B387
-----------------1,2250 Volt-------------L734B583
-----------------1,2250 Volt-------------L740B569
-----------------1,2250 Volt-------------L736B209
-----------------1,2250 Volt-------------L734A676
-----------------1,2250 Volt-------------L734A628
-----------------1,2250 Volt-------------L740A569
-----------------1,2250 Volt-------------L734B487
-----------1,2250 Volt-------------L734B493
--------------1,2250 Volt-------------L734B493
--------------1,2250 Volt-------------L734A676
----------------1.2250 Volt-------------L735A803
--------------------1,2375 Volt-------------L741A782
------------------1.2375Volt--------------L734B676
-----------------1.2375Volt--------------L737A499
----------------1.2375Volt--------------L733Bxxx
------------------1.2375Volt--------------L734A676
--------------1,2375 Volt-------------L734A789
-----------------1,2375 Volt-------------L730B341
--------------1,2375 Volt-------------L734A728
--------------1,2375 Volt-------------L736B220
---------------------1,2375 Volt
------------------1,2375 Volt
--------------1,2500 Volt-------------L728A877
------------1,2500 Volt-------------L729B189
----------------1,2500 Volt-------------L740A774
---------------1,2500 Volt-------------L734B473
-------------1,2500 Volt-------------l740a569
-------------1,2500 Volt-------------L734A499
-------------1,2500 Volt-------------L734A789
---------------1,2500 Volt-------------L740A771
----------------1,2500 Volt
--------------1,2500 Volt-------------L734A729
---------------1,2520 Volt
----------------1,2625 Volt-------------L740A760
-----------------1,2625 Volt-------------L732B256
--------1,2625 Volt-------------L738B269
---------------1.265 Volt ------L737B277 (Duke )
--------------1,2625 Volt
-----------------1,2625 Volt
--------------------1,2625 Volt
---------------1,2625 Volt------------L734A688
---------------1,2625 Volt------------L735A783
----------------1,2750 Volt------------L733B675
-------------------1,2750 Volt------------L727A829
------------1,2750 Volt------------L727A860
---------------1,2750 Volt------------L732A268
---------------1,2750 Volt
----------------1,2750 Volt
-----------------1,2750 Volt-------------L727B029
-----------------1,2750 Volt-------------L728A821
-----------------1,2875 Volt-------------L742A814
-----------------1,2875 Volt-------------L727A953
-----------------1,2875 Volt-------------L737A649
-----------------1,2875 Volt-------------L740A498
-----------------1,2875 Volt-------------L723B284
-----------------1,2875 Volt-------------L741A843
-----------------1,2875 Volt------------L734A603
-----------------1,2875 Volt-------------L727A860
-----------------1,2875 Volt-------------L727B184
-----------------1,2875 Volt
-----------------1,2875 Volt-------------L730B616
-----------------1,2875 Volt-------------L734A932
-----------------1,3000 Volt-------------L737A648
-----------------1,3000 Volt-------------L727A823
-----------------1,3000 Volt
-----------------1,3000 Volt-------------L737A649
-----------------1,3000 Volt-------------L740A761
-----------------1,3000 Volt
-----------------1,3000 Volt-------------L728A824
-----------------1,3000 Volt
-----------------1,3000 Volt
-----------------1,3000 Volt-------------L727B184
-----------------1,3000 Volt-------------L738A938
-----------------1,3125 Volt-------------L726A951
-----------------1,3125 Volt-------------L739A457
-----------------1,3125 Volt
-----------------1,3125 Volt
-----------------1,3125 Volt-------------L740B009
-----------------1,3125 Volt
-----------------1,3125 Volt
-----------------1,3125 Volt-------------L726xxxx
-----------------1,3250 Volt-------------L740A475
-----------------1,3250 Volt-------------L739B110
-----------------1,3250 Volt-------------L737B329
-----------------1,3250 Volt-------------L737A501
-----------------1,3250 Volt-------------L733A480
post #40 of 91
Again guys, thoughts NOT claims.

I'm quite eager to find what I have now!
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