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To get my q6600 to run 3.6 ghz I had to up the core to 1.575v in bios (CPU-Z 1.552v). After I did that my temps went up quite abit.

Core temps using Prime95 torture test = 63-62-61-61
Idle temps = 37-35-34-34

Are they too high ??
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While they're not "too" high, they are a bit high for comfort, especially using the TRUE. You may be getting a lot of heat from all of your other components, though.
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While they're not "too" high, they are a bit high for comfort, especially using the TRUE. You may be getting a lot of heat from all of your other components, though.
The mobo Im using dosent seem to be planned very well for heat, the NB fan/heatsink blows the hot air up to the cpu and down to the g-card.

Ill get some new thermal paste tomorrow and see if that helps, any recommendations ?? artic silver 5 maybe ??
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Well artic silver 5 worked wounders for my q6600 @ 3.6ghz
max load = 50-50-49-49
idle = 31-30-27-27
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Hmmm...I'm not sure it's the AS-5 that did that. More like a reseat of the cooler help. Great OC btw.
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Hmmm...I'm not sure it's the AS-5 that did that. More like a reseat of the cooler help. Great OC btw.
thx U are proberly right.
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