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Originally Posted by [TLK]Geek View Post
my quad is 65nm so it can handle more volts than yours up to 1.5 safely on vcore and 1.55 for term apparently.
Aaaah gotcha. See, I'm not as knowledgeable in 65nm as I should be
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tbh geek, if the x9 multi gets too hot for you your not going to keep it cool with the voltage required to hit 500 x8, if it will even go that high on the fsb.

1st thing you want to do is up the fsb on x6 so you know what pll/mobo settings you need then once you know how much volts you need there at what fsb then try upping the multi so you know its all cpu voltage thats holding you back.

im thinknig you will need 1.6/1.7vcore to get near 4ghz from a q66.

not say its never been done, only its rare to get above 3.8ghz from them.
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got some gskill f2-8500.didn't help still random restarts.anything anther 3.73,did windows re-stall ,running 2 hard-rives,still happens,now trying one,had the same thing with my p5e .tried diffident ram ,cpu,the only thing left is the psu.what does everybody thank
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Originally Posted by hammer24p View Post
got some gskill f2-8500.didn't help still random restarts.anything anther 3.73,did windows re-stall ,running 2 hard-rives,still happens,now trying one,had the same thing with my p5e .tried diffident ram ,cpu,the only thing left is the psu.what does everybody thank
First thing is you should be mad at your English teacher.
Take your PSU into a PC shop and have them test it. Should be cheap or free.
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Thanks marsey

+ rep for those that replied =D
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not say its never been done, only its rare to get above 3.8ghz from them.
3.6 GHz for a Q6600 is more than enough.
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post #10347 of 21187
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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post
3.6 GHz for a Q6600 is more than enough.
Maybe for some, but I would want more.

Meta-Prometheus gave us a new MIT to use in Excel format if anyone wants one.
Thanks you for your work on this MP!
Edited by NoGuru - 2/22/10 at 5:52am
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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post
3.6 GHz for a Q6600 is more than enough.
i run my q9550 @3.6ghz when im using it for media center but when im gaming or anything cpu intensive i will reboot and change the profile in the bios for more speed, usualy 4.2ghz as its a nice round 500fsb which helps bandwidth across the board.

@geek

no worries m8, its why we're here

i know a few other guys have posted their mit for q6600's, if you search this thread you should find them and see what worked for them to get an idea of what you maybe doing wrong.
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Dayum son,where ya been? I was gettin' ready to tap the membership for flower fund money. Figured for sure you got lost in the "Outback" or the Aborigines had you for breakfast. Anyway, good to see you back and posting again
I was thinkin' of ya guys had to wait until all was settled; not so easy down here I did get 'eaten' by one Aborigine; that's my g/f brother

No, just kidding; don't they come from Australia? I sure could use a tan though (Nothing racist and I could use a better tan - beats being pasty faced after the flu or a big night out ). You know it's hot when you fry your eggs on the hood at the beach in the morning. Man, the humidity

Anyways, good to see you guys keeping at it and congrats on the 3rd flame Guru

As for the RAM; really recommend the G.Skill PC2-9600's, though the Tridents do look good. Couldn't get them anywhere which proved frustrating for some, but it was because they were bringing out a revised edition. Same specs etc, but damn they look sexy!! Really nice heat spreaders and they rock as I wrote. Pretty happy when I got to 4Gb below my VID with the UD3P, but not too surprised. While I was waiting for the board to be replaced, I managed the same with my P5E Deluxe/Rampage which was surprising. Used the previous edition of CPU-Z though, so only have the validation for the UD3P. Not fussed atm and not going high end; too hot.

If you run them at 1200MHz, they automatically push the FSB to 375, demanding an OC; no matter which board. Pretty freaky hey...

Here's the link. Oh, I managed to get onto the Asian connection over here and they hadn't even put in an order, but I had them from Taiwan in 5 days - sweeettt...

http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=166

Ciao
Edited by Jus'Chillin' - 3/6/10 at 2:43pm
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So I guess I discovered the issue... (well I hope it's that, I'll know for sure tomorrow)

Was running prime blends again this afternoon and it crashed out again after about 5 hours but I was in my pc room when it happened so I was able to feel how hot my NB was running and eum, it was pretty hot lol

I removed that Gigabyte plate, (yes I left it on against everyones advise, I thought it looked good...) did some linX runs but it still got way too hot. I have this "old" asus NB fan, tiny 2.2krpm thingy never used still in the mobo box, "modded" that a bit and it actually fits pretty good so I put that on there.

Anyways lets hope that fixes it...
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