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max on any 45nm actually is around 1.36...

It can take short tests at more but above 1.40 will fry that sucker in a few weeks most likely. It has to do with the transistors being so close together the high voltage erodes the space in between and the voltage seeps through the breaks between transistors. So yea he will fry that thing shortly. But yea lemme know when you are selling the shiny new paperweight you made...

Also to the Q6600 guys...

A Q6600 at 3.6 is a really nice OC and its very hard to get above that without some good RAM and mobo. So if you got yours up to 3.6 I would be happy with it and if your looking for a higher OC then go with a dual core E8400 or something like that.

The 45nm's are really good at OC'ing so like I said if you want more it will be tough. Im not saying above 3.6 isn't possible just hard.
Edited by mjones1052 - 6/4/08 at 10:28am
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post #32 of 36
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Originally Posted by mjones1052 View Post
max on any 45nm actually is around 1.36...

It can take short tests at more but above 1.40 will fry that sucker in a few weeks most likely. It has to do with the transistors being so close together the high voltage erodes the space in between and the voltage seeps through the breaks between transistors. So yea he will fry that thing shortly. But yea lemme know when you are selling the shiny new paperweight you made...

Also to the Q6600 guys...

A Q6600 at 3.6 is a really nice OC and its very hard to get above that without some good RAM and mobo. So if you got yours up to 3.6 I would be happy with it and if your looking for a higher OC then go with a dual core E8400 or something like that.

The 45nm's are really good at OC'ing so like I said if you want more it will be tough. Im not saying above 3.6 isn't possible just hard.

Thanks for the tip. I was really just taking it for a quick spin. Kinda like your first car and you took it to the drag strip for a 1/4 mile to see what it could do. I normally run it stable at 3.5Ghz 1.35v and 3.1Ghz 1.2v. Vdroop on this board is !@#$%freakin$$$,...anyways yea it hampers OC quite a bit.
post #33 of 36
yea its definitely a rough OC. I have found that if you set it to 1.4000 in BIOS you will get exactly 1.36 in windows which is max for our chips like stated previously. But yea quick spins are nice specially when its wearing a red dress...

lol but yea try not to go much above 1.36 or if your benchmarking like 1.38 or .39....
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post #34 of 36
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hmm.. well none of us have got 3.8 ghz dude!

My system got stable at 3.6ghz with:
vcore 1.55
sb 1.58v
ht 1.48v
nb 1.48v

Well cant supply you with anything else than that:/
sorry! I havent got the time to try to go much higher, and now my mobo is at rma.. so havent anything to test with!
oh no problem then thx though i appreciate it
post #35 of 36
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max on any 45nm actually is around 1.36...

It can take short tests at more but above 1.40 will fry that sucker in a few weeks most likely. It has to do with the transistors being so close together the high voltage erodes the space in between and the voltage seeps through the breaks between transistors. So yea he will fry that thing shortly. But yea lemme know when you are selling the shiny new paperweight you made...

Also to the Q6600 guys...

A Q6600 at 3.6 is a really nice OC and its very hard to get above that without some good RAM and mobo. So if you got yours up to 3.6 I would be happy with it and if your looking for a higher OC then go with a dual core E8400 or something like that.

The 45nm's are really good at OC'ing so like I said if you want more it will be tough. Im not saying above 3.6 isn't possible just hard.
well I did got my q6600 @ 3.6ghz so im happy
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oh no problem then thx though i appreciate it
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