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Woot, rock on with the QX6700!

Mine does 3.6 @1.39 V, and 3.8 at around 1.425 V
I still can't get 4 Ghz half-assed stable, and it bugs me to no end.

EDIT: I don't think they ever made a G0 revision of the QX6700, IIRC, it's replacement was the QX6850, which is a G0.
I can't seem to reach 3.6GHz. (but 3.56GHz aint far off ) but judging by my recent stability at lower voltages i suspect the limitation here is my P965 chipset, not my CPU.

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QX6700 was never revised to a G0 stepping sorry. It was a bad processor imo, it ran so hot it wasn't even funny. This is half the reason ppl sold their QX6700's on Ebay and got a Q6600 GO.

Right now, the best CPU to get is the Q6700 GO
Yeah, 130w output is rather high to say the least

So what do you guys think i could get a Q6600 or Q6700 to under water?.
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I can't seem to reach 3.6GHz. (but 3.56GHz aint far off ) but judging by my recent stability at lower voltages i suspect the limitation here is my P965 chipset, not my CPU.



Yeah, 130w output is rather high to say the least

So what do you guys think i could get a Q6600 or Q6700 to under water?.
Q6700, without a doubt.
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So what do you guys think i could get a Q6600 or Q6700 to under water?.
I had a Q6600 @ 3.8GHz, 1.55v with a dual rad loop on an Asus P5E.
temps were hitting low 60's
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I can't seem to reach 3.6GHz. (but 3.56GHz aint far off ) but judging by my recent stability at lower voltages i suspect the limitation here is my P965 chipset, not my CPU.



Yeah, 130w output is rather high to say the least

So what do you guys think i could get a Q6600 or Q6700 to under water?.
Q6700 on water would be ideal.
 
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I had a Q6600 @ 3.8GHz, 1.55v with a dual rad loop on an Asus P5E.
temps were hitting low 60's
What waterblock and pump did you use?

My loop with a Q6600 at 3.825 GHz, and 1.48 V would load around 54 deg.
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I can't seem to reach 3.6GHz. (but 3.56GHz aint far off ) but judging by my recent stability at lower voltages i suspect the limitation here is my P965 chipset, not my CPU.



Yeah, 130w output is rather high to say the least

So what do you guys think i could get a Q6600 or Q6700 to under water?.
Get the q6700 for sure. The newer weeks of quads don't overclock too good. Lets say that I for example need 1.5V for 3.4ghz.
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Q6700 without a doubt... I'm actually considering going WC my new CPU's capabilities have floored me, especially coming off my old e4300.

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Edited by MasterKromm - 5/16/08 at 7:13am
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Dude, just stay with the QX6700 and be happy with it. You already own it, just maximize it.

It can reach 3.6-3.8 with a decent WC setup/mobo combo.

ITs your Comando that is holding you back. Upgrade your motherboard to a decent x38 or a 750i (the newest hit) and you will reach at least 3.6 easily. You already own a WCing kit to deal with the heat.

I am waiting on a second 240 rad to try to go higher with my OC with my setup.

I own 2 Qx6700s and I actually like this chip.

If you decided to sell this one, PM me.
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Dude, just stay with the QX6700 and be happy with it.

It can reach 3.8 with a decent WC setup. You already own it, just maximize it.

Upgrade your motherboard to an x38 or a 750i and you will reach at least 3.6 easily. You already own a WCing kit to deal with the heat.

I am waiting on a second 240 rad to try to go higher with my OC with my setup.

I own 2 Qx6700s and I actually like this chip.

If you decided to sell this one, PM me.
Didn't realize he already owned a qx6700 and WC setup...

Definitely keep what you've got, it's more than capable with the appropriate cooling... Unless of course you can sell your qx6700 for a good price, then you might be able to pick up a Q6700 G0 and have some cash leftoever.
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Dude, just stay with the QX6700 and be happy with it. You already own it, just maximize it.

It can reach 3.6-3.8 with a decent WC setup/mobo combo.

ITs your Comando that is holding you back. Upgrade your motherboard to a decent x38 or a 750i (the newest hit) and you will reach at least 3.6 easily. You already own a WCing kit to deal with the heat.

I am waiting on a second 240 rad to try to go higher with my OC with my setup.

I own 2 Qx6700s and I actually like this chip.

If you decided to sell this one, PM me.
No problem. however if i do so i'll also sell my mobo, and i don't imagine i'll do such a serious upgrade without starting an entirely new build. after all, would seem pointless as i'd have to reformat due to the new mobo anyway (id also have to purchase a retail copy of Vista Ultimate..currently use OEM) basically: i'd be spending a small fortune. so i may as well go all the way. and currently, as my rig is still a high-end one, it just seems rather pointless.

Just curious, but are your QX6700's lapped?. i refuse to do so with mine. just in case i damage it in some way, and i just don't feel comfortable with scratching off the QX6700 on its IHS...lol. (after all, the only real reason to buy the Extreme's is for bragging rights...right?. comon - an unlocked multiplier is hardly worth that huge pricetag. lmao)
Edited by Thingamajig - 5/16/08 at 2:46pm
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