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I'm getting high 60s load temps and mid 40s idle right now. You?
    
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Hey everybody, I am pretty new to the forum, I figured I would make my first appearance and talk about my freshly lapped q6600. Keep in mind that I have the B3 revision so I didn't get any insane Overclock or anything, but I think getting to 3.2ghz on safe volts is pretty good for my B3.

Anyway before I lapped anything I was getting temps of 79-79-70-70 on an overclock to 3.0ghz. That was at vcore of 1.3375 (1.304 in CPU-Z)

I first lapped the Tuniq Tower 120 only, which got me the same temps, but at an overclock at 3.2ghz with vcore at 1.35 (1.314in CPU-Z)

Next I decided to void the old warranty and lap my q6600. With the same OC as above (3.2ghz) I sit at temps of 67-67-61-61.

Hope this post will give some others of the possible drop they can get from lapping their HSF and CPU.



And as a side note, after I updated the system section of my profile how to I get it to appear in my Signature? sorry if this is asked elseware.
What is your ambient temperature?

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Hey guys, I have my B3 clocked at 3.4 ghz. Idles ~38 under full load 55 is the highest i've seen. I use a Thermaltake Max Orb.
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I've decided to go for broke and put my B3 at 9*400. This is going to be my new 24/7 OC. The load temps are terrible (mid-70s) but I'm going to do it anyway.
    
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lol looks like somones buying a new cpu ;x; next time go g0
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also with that 680i board you should consider doing the pencil mod, if you go to the sticky 680i overclocking guide and check the first post you will see it described in detail. You have a pretty good vdrop/vdroop as I did with my 680i but after doing the pencil mod my vcore is 1.3375 in bios and 1.31 in windows and it does not drop at all under loads. By stabilizing your vcore you can lower it as you don't have to account for the drop. I can't express how easy and effective it is.
Seconded. My 780i became usable at 3.6Ghz with this mod. I recommend the demi-droop manuever however, wherein the mod still allows a 0.02V droop (use less pencil and test for results). This gives the supply's VRM some leeweigh which is a wee bit less stressful on the board, but you get all the same benefits.
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I've decided to go for broke and put my B3 at 9*400. This is going to be my new 24/7 OC. The load temps are terrible (mid-70s) but I'm going to do it anyway.
As someone who just melted a q6600 g0, I urge you to reconsider. It HURTS. A lot.
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What kind of temps/voltage did it take to kill your G0? I'm just going to put my cpu back to 3.2ghz.
    
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