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IP35 Pro Q6600 Cooling Problem

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Im wanting to overlock my Q6600 cause it shows a nice/decent temp, but im not sure if its real or not.. can someone tell me?... and if im ok, how far should i go?.... I need a pro who HAS my parts to tell me please...



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I say it again as i said in your other thread, HWmonitor and CoreTemp are correct, the other ones are fail.

If you want to use SpeedFan you must always add 15C to the temps because Q6600 Tj. Max is 100C and not 85 as SpeedFan detects it.
Edited by i_ame_killer_2 - 5/12/08 at 9:41am
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K, so i should get a thermalright ultra-120 extreme to fix this?
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K, so i should get a thermalright ultra-120 extreme to fix this?
Depends on how much you want to spend. The kind of the hill is TT Ultra-120 (aka TRUE) and the second best it Tuniq Tower (aka TT).

You can always overclock with stock cooler to like 2.6-3ghz, but its always recommended to overclock with aftermarket cooler.
Download OCCT2 and run "Mix" test for 10 min and post back your temps.
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If you want to use SpeedFan you must always add 15C to the temps because Q6600 Tj. Max is 100C and not 85 as SpeedFan detects it.
No program out there and tell you correctly what your temperature is because the TJ max has NEVER been confirmed for the q6600, or any other processor as far as I know. Coretemp would be would best bet to use and most people say keep it under 70c when under load.
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No program out there and tell you correctly what your temperature is because the TJ max has NEVER been confirmed for the q6600, or any other processor as far as I know. Coretemp would be would best bet to use and most people say keep it under 70c when under load.
Yeah I know i just wanted to be simple, lol.

Let say like this:
For 45nm cpu the best bet it to use RealTemp
For 65nm cpu the best bet is to use CoreTemp/HWmonitor
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