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post #21 of 34
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When I ran Orthos, I had 52C average on the cores...

Im on water cooling...

Even on water cooling that can't be right can it? Is it 10C in that room?
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post #22 of 34
Not to be rude but learn and read some guides if your just learning and ask before you jump v-c that high.But its your hardware just my opinion.
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I have 2 120*240 radiators with 4 fans on each, plus Zalman Reserator XT. Water @ 12C.

I've tried to find some guides, but I'm unable to find good guides, for my purpose. Please link, if you know of any.
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post #24 of 34
Sounds like heat isnt the problem its your voltage.I wouldnt go over 1.55 even with water it just cuts the life down some.
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A note of caution to high voltages

I can't find the real research paper but this is a good read

http://www.webminder.com/computer/burnin.htm
    
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post #26 of 34
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Hmm, I didn't so much much out of the last one, can anyone describe a "DIY" ?
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post #27 of 34
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OK, so running 9x will be slower, even with the same CPU clock? (9 * 400 = 3,6 is slower than 8 * 450?)
If your motherboard can handle 1800mhz then yeah, 450x8 would overall be faster than 400x9.
    
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post #28 of 34
You will need a FSBv of ~1.35-1.4v to hold that Q6600 stable into the 400-450+mhz FSB range. I bet if you up the FSBv near there you will be able to lower your vcore, down considerably.

*Adding vcore to the cpu is not the only way to get stability.
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Ok, great!
Edited by JCRacing - 6/27/08 at 5:16am
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post #30 of 34
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Thank you, CL3P20! I'll come back to you, when I get back home.

If anyone else has suggestions, tips or tricks, please share!
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