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E6600 is my L2 Cache Damaged

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Hey everyone , the write speeds for l2 cache used to be normally 18000-21000 MB/s , these days i just see 6000 - 7000 MB/s , does it mean its damaged . i've tried diff , overclocking settings n defaults , the problems same , kindly help , thanks in advance .

Here are some screenshots of Everest , With CPUID and cache test♦
    
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If the cache on your CPU was damaged your CPU simply wouldn't work. There is probably something fishy with the benchmark.
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then is the problem with everest
    
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then is the problem with everest
I think so too. 1.44V is a bit high for only 3.2 ghz.
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1.44 is good enough , Coz system wont clear orthos with 1.4 - 1.425
    
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WOW, 1.44v for 3.2GHz? My previous L630F E6600 could do 3.4GHz at 1.325v, you shouldn't need that much! 1.44v is what it takes to take a Q6600 to 3.6GHz basically. Make sure that you aren't in an FSB hole and you should try increasing your NB voltage.
    
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then plz , help me reduce my VCore , there is no reason i'd bump it up unless it wouldnt clear orthos , how can i reduce my vcore , and plz think about the write spped of l2 cache
    
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WOW, 1.44v for 3.2GHz? My previous L630F E6600 could do 3.4GHz at 1.325v, you shouldn't need that much! 1.44v is what it takes to take a Q6600 to 3.6GHz basically. Make sure that you aren't in an FSB hole and you should try increasing your NB voltage.
Lol the e6600 I got wont even do 3.3 at 1.5. I got the worst OCing E6600 of all time.
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i tried tat , i bumped upp the northbridge volts , n tried for 1600 , 1700 , 1800 FSB at lower multipliers , but it never posts beyond 1550
    
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