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post #31 of 40
Stable means more than 8 hrs of Small FFT's.

Not just ok for 24/7 use.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by se7en56 View Post
my VID is 1.3250

I will be torturing my chip soon for benchies
Dont worry your not the only one with that VID
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Originally Posted by The_Rocker View Post
Stable means more than 8 hrs of Small FFT's.

Not just ok for 24/7 use.

Stable for me means not crashing when I use it daily for gaming, browsing, media, etc...
I did however run it for 10 hours and 8 minutes in prime95 with 0 errors

but I am not wasting $ on energy everytime I decide to o/c or change the settings drastically just to satisfy a web forum user, on a new setup, sure.
If it's just a minor change, I'll run prime95 for an hour or 2 in the background while I'm browsing and stuff.
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I run at 1.4v for a 3.7GHz and 1.38v For 3.6GHz fine I dont need 1.5v
I think only a 4GHz would need 1.55v
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post #35 of 40
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I don't think I've ever read about someone killing their Q6600 from voltage/temps.
Even if they did max out on their chip, they'll find themselves upgrading long before their chip gives in.

This is exactly what I mean.
Talks of keeping under 1.5v, <60 degrees full load, to aim for a long-lasting life expectancy on the chip. Are people really looking to run their main rig for more than 10+ years? Honestly.

As long as I keep reading posts on OCN - I'll always feel behind tbh
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post #36 of 40
3.6 ghz w/ 1.456 vcore after vdroop. I have been folding 24/7 w/ it for the past 2-3 days so I consider that stable . People have found folding more picky with the overclock over Prime95.


O yea... I have a VID of 1.325. Not the greatest VID but it's a pretty good overclocker.
post #37 of 40
I was running my Q6600 (G0 revision) at ~65°C load (the thermal spec is 72°C) in Orthos Small FFT's, using 1.55V-Core BIOS (actual was ~1.5 or so) at 3.7GHz. My VID is 1.300

I just replaced my mobo and want to flash with the newest BIOS before I start overclocking again. I did lap my TRUE, however, so I'm hoping it will help with the temps a little.

Basically, my goal is to get the CPU as fast as I can, while keeping it under 70°C (Orthos or Prime 95 Small FFT's full load) and 1.55 (actual) V-Core for 24/7 use.

Quote:
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Stable means more than 8 hrs of Small FFT's.

Not just ok for 24/7 use.
EXACTLY
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I run at 1.4v for a 3.7GHz and 1.38v For 3.6GHz fine I dont need 1.5v
I think only a 4GHz would need 1.55v
Well it must be me or it's my Q6600 in particular. Because seriously, I cannot get it to run prime stable more than 2 hours if I set it any less than 1.50v (bios) so that's about 1.46v actual.

I've also tried combinations with multipliers, NBv, FSBv etc.

Doesn't really matter. At the end of the day, I'm still at 3.6 running apps and games just like everybody else. The only thing I have to deal with is heat. Which doesn't phase me as it can still operate around 71degrees anyhow.

I don't think I've had any game that puts all 4 cores on 100% stress for 2+ hours continuously like prime does.


P.S. Prime still running for the last 2 hours on 1.55v (bios) 3.69Ghz.
Might just hit 3.70Ghz just to see... Load temps so far is 62degrees.
I have a sudden urge to set it at 1.6+ at 4Ghz+
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post #39 of 40
How would "60+" kill a processor thats rated to go to 72C?

60C on load is still cold for a Q6600 G0.
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post #40 of 40
72 is the overall chip temp. The cores don't error until 84-85 degrees. I have ran mine up that high a few times and it is still fine. When the cores are hitting 83-84 your cpu temp will be about 70. Then prime95 would fail on me when I was testing to see how high it would go. I have stayed under 1.5 volts except for a couple test runs when I only went .1-.2 over.
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