3.7G is very good for Q6600. Before you get another board, lower the multi to figure out the fsb of your board. If you can do 3.7G at the lower multi, most likely that is the max of your Q6600. Also, it is ok if trying to reach 4G for higher benchmark. Otherwise, I would stick with what you have now, you won't tell any differences in games for extra 300MHz.
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5/10/08 at 6:53am