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wow those temps you were getting were really good for those speeds.

i tried overclocking my E6600 to 3.6 vCore 1.38 and it kept blue screening on startup.

i didn't want to go any further because i was a first timer

i downclocked it to 3.15 vCore 1.32
idles at 48c!

your post pretty much sold me on getting an aftermarket Heatsink for my future sandy bridge build.
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Originally Posted by cheezypoof View Post
wow those temps you were getting were really good for those speeds.

i tried overclocking my E6600 to 3.6 vCore 1.38 and it kept blue screening on startup.

i didn't want to go any further because i was a first timer

i downclocked it to 3.15 vCore 1.32
idles at 48c!

your post pretty much sold me on getting an aftermarket Heatsink for my future sandy bridge build.
Overclocking Intel CPUs basically requires a decent aftermarket cooler. Even the new stock coolers should not be used for overclocking.
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