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TIM installed guys!! Acrtic MX-3 you life saver. I went from idling around 35-40 all the way down to a cool 15... and about 28 on load which is absolutely insane. I've overclocked to 3.6GHz for a full day now running Prime 95 and I haven't passed 45 max load... Thanks again guys! Will be posting some results and pics in another thread pretty soon so keep your eyes open!
Edited by kidshenlong - 1/31/11 at 4:03pm
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Can't beleive you didn't used TIM... LOL!!!! This is one of the biggest fail i ever saw on a gaming build.

And don't go over 1.5v for 24/7 overclock. You can for a bit higher for bench but not 4/7 or it would damage the CPU. And 3.6GHz is the common freq for a Q6600. 3.8 under water is good. But don't try to go higher on a 24/7 oc as i said.

Good for you anyway, you learned something. R0FL
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Originally Posted by Billy_5110;12214917 
Can't beleive you didn't used TIM... LOL!!!! This is one of the biggest fail i ever saw on a gaming build.

And don't go over 1.5v for 24/7 overclock. You can for a bit higher for bench but not 4/7 or it would damage the CPU. And 3.6GHz is the common freq for a Q6600. 3.8 under water is good. But don't try to go higher on a 24/7 oc as i said.

Good for you anyway, you learned something. R0FL

Haha I learn my lesson the hard way. Just I really didn't think it was massively important... Now I know. I'm going for 4.0GHz 24/7 tbh though... This chip has a really good vid and I got to 3.6GHz with relative ease, only had to bump up my voltage a bit. So hopefully 4.0GHz should be more than possible!
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Originally Posted by kidshenlong;12215357 
Haha I learn my lesson the hard way.

It happens, don't worry about it. Main thing is that you found out before doing any damage to your rig.
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So hopefully 4.0GHz should be more than possible!

Good luck with that! The temps you reported in a earlier post are awesome, hopefully you will reach your target.
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Originally Posted by kidshenlong;12215357 
Haha I learn my lesson the hard way. Just I really didn't think it was massively important... Now I know. I'm going for 4.0GHz 24/7 tbh though... This chip has a really good vid and I got to 3.6GHz with relative ease, only had to bump up my voltage a bit. So hopefully 4.0GHz should be more than possible!

3.8 would be an outstanding clock for a Q6600. 4.0, very rare. It's nice you got 3.6 so easy, keep going and lets see what you get.

Mine gets to 3.6 easy, runs 24/7 with EIST enabled and can even sleep/resume. It refuses to be stable at anything higher though.
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it ll do 4ghz i have the same 1.21125 vid chip
    
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The higher you go, the larger the vcore increases get. Once I got to a certain point on my Q6700, the vcore bumps really needed to be pushed to go farther. Could just be my old Mobo, but...
    
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