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I tried to set my Q6600 to 1.6v via BIOS, but as soon as I get into Windows it will only be around 1.52v, and it will drastically drop down to 1.43v when under load, causing instability issues at 3.6GHZ.

I can only seem to get my chip at a stable 3.49GHZ since the vdroop is crap.

I blame my cheap budget motherboard, but if anyone knows why it does that, please enlighten me. Also, no, it's not the settings in BIOS like C1E or anything like that.
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IMO, no and here is why.
I couldnt see any 100% load temps @ 5.1Ghz in the post. Im at work and pictures some times dont load. Do you know what the temps are?
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I couldnt see any 100% load temps @ 5.1Ghz in the post. Im at work and pictures some times dont load. Do you know what the temps are?
Although awkwardly put, that was the point. So no, I wouldn't suggest 5.5 GHz for daily use.
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Its the horrible vdrop in that board. Maybe try to find a vdrop mod for that board.
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I tried to set my Q6600 to 1.6v via BIOS, but as soon as I get into Windows it will only be around 1.52v, and it will drastically drop down to 1.43v when under load, causing instability issues at 3.6GHZ.

I can only seem to get my chip at a stable 3.49GHZ since the vdroop is crap.

I blame my cheap budget motherboard, but if anyone knows why it does that, please enlighten me. Also, no, it's not the settings in BIOS like C1E or anything like that.
Your Q6600 is not a 32nm chip, as it's already been said. If you weren't talking to me, cool, I'm sorry.

VDroop is normal, and your CPU just "may not be stable" beyond 3.49ghz. It's not necessarily because of VDroop.

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I couldnt see any 100% load temps @ 5.1Ghz in the post. Im at work and pictures some times dont load. Do you know what the temps are?
The temps aren't the problem. See "1.49vcore"?

That's the problem. 45nm chips will degrade with that vcore. What do you think is going to happen to 32nm chips..? The smaller the process, the less voltage tolerant the CPU.
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@ Persuing

I was talking to Eastcoast in relation to his post.
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My point is 5GHz has been hit with far less than 1.6v, even less than 1.5v.

That would be all.
    
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I think it's hilarious that every time a new gen CPU comes out we get these "posts" claiming extraordinarily high clock rates. Then later find out (in another new thread) their CPU no longer works at that vcore (if at all). Then later find out the true meaning of CPU electromigration, etc. But if you think that you can get 5.0-5.5GHz stable for daily or benching use go right ahead .
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hmm shouldn't you stay below the Vcore of 1.35 just to be sure ?
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hmm shouldn't you stay below the Vcore of 1.35 just to be sure ?
All they will do is respond saying, "you wrong...". Just wait for the "new" threads later.
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