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Hey guys... Looking for advice on overclocking my q6700... I can get it stable at 3.2 GHz (1600fsb, 9x multiplier). I think i should possibly want more out of it... When I use Intelburntest I always bsod at 3.6. Can somebody please recommended different numbers or voltages?
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Try lowering the multiplier, I notced when c2q use a mobo which only uses the 4pin instead of dual 4 pins (plus have only 4 phase) connector have a tendency not to OC our quads properly. By lowering the multi it actually helps boards of this type to push it a little bit further.

Set it at x8 and hopefully you should be able to hit at least 425x8 = 3.4 Ghz. Also don't forget to set your (mem : fsb) ratio to 1 : 1 to ensure your rams are not the issue when OCing.
Edited by mark_thaddeus - 12/22/10 at 11:20pm
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