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Temperatures do not limit an overclock until you start throttling. Just because the chip passes 70c does not mean your overclock will start to get limited. I have my E1200 at 3.0ghz at 78c and it is limited by voltage (1.5), not temperature.

This "max temp" business has been knocked into your head by OCN and it needs to be knocked out. There is no max safe temp until you start throttling. Those values (Ex. 60c, 71c) were made up by overclockers and have no real importance to the stability of the chip.

Retro out.
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Man no wounder you guys are still running air you have no clue.
im not talking about the throttling im talking about the max stable overclock is largely dependant on the temp you can keep your CPU at.

There is no way in the world your going to find a stable Q6600 overclocked to 4g at 70c. it just doesn't work like that.

That's why people with high overclocks run water cooling and above that TEC's and Phase change. you dont FIND HIGHLY OC'D CPU's Running at 60-70 thats just crazy you find them running at much much lower than that.

If you'd cooled your E1200 at 3.0ghz to far less than 78c you would have gotten a greater overclock without changing the voltage. This is pretty basic stuff.
Edited by Ultrasonic2 (muffy) - 12/23/08 at 1:29am
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Temperatures do not limit an overclock until you start throttling. Just because the chip passes 70c does not mean your overclock will start to get limited. I have my E1200 at 3.0ghz at 78c and it is limited by voltage (1.5), not temperature.

This "max temp" business has been knocked into your head by OCN and it needs to be knocked out. There is no max safe temp until you start throttling. Those values (Ex. 60c, 71c) were made up by overclockers and have no real importance to the stability of the chip.
Listen to this guy.

The max temps have been taken from Intel, but here at OCN seem to be highly misunderstood. They are the max tCase temps, the temperature of the IHS basically, the coretemps can go far above that without any issues!
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There is no way in the world your going to find a stable Q6600 overclocked to 4g at 70c. it just doesn't work like that.
This is absolutely not true.
    
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just go pick yourself upa Gigabyte GA - P45 - UD3P and youll be good.
QFT.

You need a new motherboard. The P965 was never meant to overclock quad cores. Sorry.
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some of the 965P mobos are ok for quads, but the AB9 is not great at all.

I could bench 4050mhz with a b3 q6600 waterchilled on my P5B Deluxe. Was my first intel mobo and have not left asus ever since, been very impressed by every board. P5B Deluxe, P5K Deluxe, P5E, P5Q Deluxe
    
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I have been trying this for several weeks. I can't pass 320fsb on Q6600 G0 no matter how I change vcore.

try raising your ram's voltage
    
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There is no way in the world your going to find a stable Q6600 overclocked to 4g at 70c. it just doesn't work like that.
lol? That's possible any day of the week.

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That's why people with high overclocks run water cooling and above that TEC's and Phase change. you dont FIND HIGHLY OC'D CPU's Running at 60-70 thats just crazy you find them running at much much lower than that.
Sure you do. Temperature does not affect overclocking until the chip realizes it's too hot and throttles itself down.

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If you'd cooled your E1200 at 3.0ghz to far less than 78c you would have gotten a greater overclock without changing the voltage. This is pretty basic stuff.
So wrong.

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Man no wounder you guys are still running air you have no clue.
im not talking about the throttling im talking about the max stable overclock is largely dependant on the temp you can keep your CPU at.
What's wrong with air? My setup is pretty sick when it comes to airflow. Silent as hell too. My quad can do high volts and be in extremly safe temperatures.

Have you ever overclocked? I don't see any system specs in your profile.

What the heck?
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Sure you do. Temperature does not affect overclocking until the chip realizes it's too hot and throttles itself down.
Most people disable the thermal monitor in BIOS, so the CPU will run hotter and hotter until it reaches well above Tjmax and shuts itself down.
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Man no wounder you guys are still running air you have no clue.
im not talking about the throttling im talking about the max stable overclock is largely dependant on the temp you can keep your CPU at.

There is no way in the world your going to find a stable Q6600 overclocked to 4g at 70c. it just doesn't work like that.

That's why people with high overclocks run water cooling and above that TEC's and Phase change. you dont FIND HIGHLY OC'D CPU's Running at 60-70 thats just crazy you find them running at much much lower than that.

If you'd cooled your E1200 at 3.0ghz to far less than 78c you would have gotten a greater overclock without changing the voltage. This is pretty basic stuff.
You are absolutely, 100% incorrect. See my above post, and the 4 people's posts that agreed with me and memorize those statements.
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Motherboard issue. End of story. Get rid of your Abit and grab a good Gigabyte one such as a GA-EP45-UD3P as mentioned before. Heck, a GA-P35-DS3L would be fine.

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