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Would you recommend using the Q6600?

I just down clocked, looks like I'm taking it apart again. Core Temp is sitting at 48c 45c at 1.31/1066 FSB.

I'm thinking it might be to much thermal paste =- I put a fine layer on there, I'll clean it and put some back on.. now its time to remember where I put that damn tube.
Which TIM do you use? Those IDLE temps are way too high. If you get the Q66, you're going to have to cut those temps by a lot, otherwise you're just going to burn the chip before you overclock it!
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Which TIM do you use? Those IDLE temps are way too high. If you get the Q66, you're going to have to cut those temps by a lot, otherwise you're just going to burn the chip before you overclock it!
Ya, these quads put out a TON of heat. (Don't tell anyone, but before I put my chip on water, she was running 78c load- and that was on a lapped tuniq!)
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What sort of fan placement do you have on your case? That is a decent heat sink, but like all air cooling, it is entirely dependant on your air flow into and out of your case.

The white sheets for my E6600 said normal operating temp is 60°. Is that what you are talking about? If that is the case you can go hotter than that. Over volting does more damage then heat does any way...unless the heat is up there around a 100°

Actually it is worded as maxium temperature...but they don't give any other temperature so I am going to assume that is the normal running temp. Heck, it could hit 40° inside the UPS truck that brings it to your house. 60° is nothing.
Edited by Vagrant Storm - 6/21/08 at 10:52pm
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Not to familiar with the acronym TIM, so I will answer it as soon as I'm told what it is

Umm, I just reseated it and againg around 46c 44c. This all really started after I installed Vista. XP it sat around 36c~ Idle.. now I have to deal with this ****. Are there any tips or hints when it comes to the paste/seating the HS... I try to get eye level and place a very thin layer of thermal paste on the CPU (After seating the HS a couple of times to see what it does)

*Edit* I rebooted to plug in the side fan on the case and I load back to a 52c 49c temp IDLE. I don't know whats going on...

Yeah, this is garbage. I just dropped my volt down to 1.27 and I'm sitting at 48c 45c... a bunch of BS =-( Help me!!!!!!!
Edited by CoolerMasterD - 6/21/08 at 11:40pm
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Not to familiar with the acronym TIM, so I will answer it as soon as I'm told what it is

Umm, I just reseated it and againg around 46c 44c. This all really started after I installed Vista. XP it sat around 36c~ Idle.. now I have to deal with this ****. Are there any tips or hints when it comes to the paste/seating the HS... I try to get eye level and place a very thin layer of thermal paste on the CPU (After seating the HS a couple of times to see what it does)

*Edit* I rebooted to plug in the side fan on the case and I load back to a 52c 49c temp IDLE. I don't know whats going on...

Yeah, this is garbage. I just dropped my volt down to 1.27 and I'm sitting at 48c 45c... a bunch of BS =-( Help me!!!!!!!
Which... TIM... Do... You... Use? I ask because different TIMs need to be applied different ways.

EDIT: TIM = Thermal Interface Material = paste
Edited by RussianGrimmReaper - 6/22/08 at 5:33am
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Ahh.. no.. need.. to.. spread.. it.. out.. like.. that..

All I asked was what the acronym stood for. I use Dynex currently, I'll be getting some Arctic Silver in the mail here probably Monday.
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Ahh.. no.. need.. to.. spread.. it.. out.. like.. that..

All I asked was what the acronym stood for. I use Dynex currently, I'll be getting some Arctic Silver in the mail here probably Monday.
Good TIM can change your temps by 10-15C if applied correctly...
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Once I get my Arctic Silver I'll do another break down and try that out, I'm sure it'll help quite a bit.
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