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I'm looking forward to seeing what you can get out of the Q9550. I have a Q9505s sitting around. Somewhat similar. Less cache and lower rated power but same max. TDP. You're at about the max. rated temperature for this chip. To get more I think you need to work on your cooling. I always start right at the CPU with lapping CPU and heatsink, then good thermal compound. I'll let some of the ATX people recommend coolers since my rig is BTX. But I'm getting temps. like yours @3.72GHZ QX6800 1.5375V. on air running 3X prime 95. Your profile says audiophile, you probably wouldn't want to be in the same room with my single fan setup.
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I currently have my Q9550 C1 at 3.4 GHz at 1.28v


Don't know why it says 1.25 when it's 1.28. Also, I downclocked the ram to 800 MHz from 1333 MHz. Motherboard is a DX38BT.

vdrop or vdroop?
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vdrop or vdroop?

Vdroop.
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I got it up to 3.6 GHz....




I'm not using CPU-Z because I'm running linux. Reason being isn't related to overclock. Idle temps are 52 degrees Celsius and load temps are ~70 degrees Celsius.
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post #1185 of 1424
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I got it up to 3.6 GHz....




I'm not using CPU-Z because I'm running linux. Reason being isn't related to overclock. Idle temps are 52 degrees Celsius and load temps are ~70 degrees Celsius.

The voltage is 1.28v, so the same with Intel Speed Step disabled.
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Here are my clocks, volts, and temps with an old 65nm Quad.
I couldn't get screen shot, it's a cell phone photo, sorry about the quality.

Idle low 30's with Speedstep.Running 3X Prime 95, high 60's max 76*. 1.5375V. 3.72Ghz (14X266)




Running benchmark 4 cores @ 100% for 10 minutes, temps. mid 60s.
Edited by Retrorockit - 10/26/15 at 9:49pm
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Here are my clocks, volts, and temps with an old 65nm Quad.
I couldn't get screen shot, it's a cell phone photo, sorry about the quality.

Idle low 30's with Speedstep.Running 3X Prime 95, high 60's max 76*. 1.5375V. 3.72Ghz (14X266)




Running benchmark 4 cores @ 100% for 10 minutes, temps. mid 60s.

1.5v for an overclock from 2.93 to 3.72 GHz. And your getting low temps too!!! That's crazy.
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I think your 45nm Quad should be able to do as well or better. 1.5V. is Intel rated max. volts for my chip, so I'm only a little overvolted. If you want to see crazy click the CPU-Z link in my sig., then click the image in the link . 1.5875 volts, fan @ 100% and ignore temp. =3.99Ghz.(15X266).
Your idle 50* temp. doesn't make sense to me. At 1.3875v, I idle @ 30*. My cooler is about the same size as yours. The high temp. at low load makes me think thermal resistance at the chip surface.

My cooler and chip are lapped flat #2000 paper, and I'm using Tuniq TX4 paste. I think if you get your idle temps. down your loaded temp. will improve also.

The other possibility is hot air returning to the cooler. Do you have good airflow in and out of the case, and not just at the cooler?

In BTX the case fan and CPU fan are the same. Mine has 2 motors and draws 3.4A.(it sounds crazy but it never goes over 40%PWM). In ATX people add more fans as needed.

If the heat gets from the CPU to the cooler, and the hot air is leaving the case, and being replaced with cold air you should get at least the result i'm getting.
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I think your 45nm Quad should be able to do as well or better. 1.5V. is Intel rated max. volts for my chip, so I'm only a little overvolted. If you want to see crazy click the CPU-Z link in my sig., then click the image in the link . 1.5875 volts, fan @ 100% and ignore temp. =3.99Ghz.(15X266).
Your idle 50* temp. doesn't make sense to me. At 1.3875v, I idle @ 30*. My cooler is about the same size as yours. The high temp. at low load makes me think thermal resistance at the chip surface.

My cooler and chip are lapped flat #2000 paper, and I'm using Tuniq TX4 paste. I think if you get your idle temps. down your loaded temp. will improve also.

The other possibility is hot air returning to the cooler. Do you have good airflow in and out of the case, and not just at the cooler?

In BTX the case fan and CPU fan are the same. Mine has 2 motors and draws 3.4A.(it sounds crazy but it never goes over 40%PWM). In ATX people add more fans as needed.

If the heat gets from the CPU to the cooler, and the hot air is leaving the case, and being replaced with cold air you should get at least the result i'm getting.

How do I know if the fan is blowing air out or in? I switched it yesterday and I can feel a lot of air blowing out of the top. Does that mean I set it up as exhaust?
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How do I know if the fan is blowing air out or in? I switched it yesterday and I can feel a lot of air blowing out of the top. Does that mean I set it up as exhaust?

There should be an arrow along the outside of the fan to indicate the direction of the airflow. Generally, the air moves away from the bracing on the back (where the fan's motor is).

Sliding a piece of paper over the area where the fan is would give you a visual indicator as to what direction the air is moving. thumb.gif
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