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Q6600 at 3.6ghz?

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im at 428x8 on the b3 with about 1.43 volts in the bios, ive been trying to reach 3.6 but it fails in prime...I hate using prime and i dont do burn in tests more than 5 minutes. Usually i use 3d mark or playing a game for hours to test stability. Anyways ive tried 1.51 volts and cant seem to get 3.6 stable can someone help me out? Anyone out there with the q6600 b3 at 3.6?
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Usually the B3 is limited to 3.4ghz, only the GO can do 3.6ghz with good amount of voltage:)
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its limited because of the temps though, not the actual voltage on the chip or what?
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I think is temps and how the specific chip was made, the GO can do 3.6ghz with good cooling and Voltage i had one before.
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There is probably not much differrence on benchmarks? Btw considering you went from the q6600 to the 9550 was it a worth upgrade and are you on air at 4.8?
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my GO droops to 1.50V under load to be stable at just over 3.6Ghz. 1.6V set in bios.

Thats watercooled. So it will be tricky with your B3
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Even G0's struggle to reach 3.6GHz. 3.6GHz on a B3 using Air cooling is very difficult...

Also be careful pushing Vcore to much on that UD3L. It only has 4-phase power and only a 4-pin power connector...

Here is what happend to a P35 DS3L when pushin a 65nm Quad to hard:

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http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/mainboards/display/ga-p35-ds3l_9.html#sect0
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by turrican9;12544295 
Even G0's struggle to reach 3.6GHz. 3.6GHz on a B3 using Air cooling is very difficult...

Also be careful pushing Vcore to much on that UD3L. It only has 4-phase power and only a 4-pin power connector...

Here is what happend to a P35 DS3L when pushin a 65nm Quad to hard:

fire1.jpg

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http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/mainboards/display/ga-p35-ds3l_9.html#sect0

pretty scared that picture..i remember this problem also occur on amd mobo which lack of power phase..
the spirit of overclock burns the mobo..frown.gif
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My OC is quite nice. 400x9 = 3.6ghz
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by turrican9;12544295 
Even G0's struggle to reach 3.6GHz. 3.6GHz on a B3 using Air cooling is very difficult...

Also be careful pushing Vcore to much on that UD3L. It only has 4-phase power and only a 4-pin power connector...

Here is what happend to a P35 DS3L when pushin a 65nm Quad to hard:

fire1.jpg

fire2.jpg

http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/mainboards/display/ga-p35-ds3l_9.html#sect0

what would you consider careful? How high of volts are we talking?, because mine is 1.43 in the bios with vdroop enabled...Vdroop seems to be bad on this chip and motherboard and i couldnt get it stable without turning that option on. I really dont even know if i am stable. No bsod realted to the cpu for the year ive had the rig, but i dont care for doing a prime test more than half an hour.
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