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-EDIT- 5/30 Current C2Q OC database table *due for a major revision as I get better with excel*.
I'll continue to update my table and eventually create graphs and (better)charts. So keep the posts coming.





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1) Post (r)etailer and date of purchase
2) week/batch #
3) VID
4) OC and the voltages(vCORE, NB, CPU VTT(sometimes called FSB) needed
5) Mobo maker + NB chipset
6) SS of 12+ hr P95 is welcome as well

thanks in advance


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This thread will be updated, so please share your C2Q info/results (65nm Q6600, Q6700, X3210, X3220, X3230 and even 45nm). All suggestions/requests welcome.
 

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I have 2:
One is lapped and I dont have the info
1) ...
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3) 3.8GHz with 1.44v vcore (1.225v VID)
4) ASUS/X38/NB: 1.39v at 360FSB/GTL: CPU .63x NB .67x/FSB voltage 1.44v

The other:
1) Tiger Direct.. last week.. it is an OEM
2) L805
3) 3.7GHz with 1.47v vcore (1.25v VID)
4) ASUS/X38/NB:1.49v at 380FSB/GTL: CPU .63x NB .67x/FSB voltage 1.48v
**note, I am dialing it in now. I will update with final settings

edit: And you took my idea lol. I was going to start a quad core OCing thread with the above info as well as MB manufacturer, chipset and NB voltage. I have to wait until after finals next week before I even have the time. Maybe you can include that into this thread...
 

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edit: And you took my idea lol. I was going to start a quad core OCing thread with the above info as well as MB manufacturer, chipset and NB voltage. I have to wait until after finals next week before I even have the time. Maybe you can include that into this thread...

Yeah that's a good idea I'll definitely convert this into a quad OCin thread... BTW thanks for sharing that info! But now you'll have to add MB manufacturer, Chipset and voltage(NB, CPU VTT + GTL ref).
 

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1) newegg.com - May 2008
2) Batch #L724A607W B Stepping, GO Revision
3) 3.9 @ 1.46v, NB 1.4, VTT 1.5
4) Evga nForce 780i

All Q6700s are the "GO" revision.
 
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1) newegg.com - May 2008
2) Batch #L724A607W B Stepping, GO Revision
3) 3.9 @ 1.46v, NB 1.4, VTT 1.5
4) Evga nForce 780i

All Q6700s are the "GO" revision.

Thanks for posting.

It seems I forgot to add VID to the list...
 

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1) Fry's Electronics on April 4th. 2008
2) Batch #L746B116
3) Q6600 SLACR (GO) @3.6GHz
4) Evga nForce 780i P04 BIOS
5) VID-1.2500v
6) Voltage-1.384v to 1.392v
 

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1) Newegg 5/13/08
2) L727A643
3) Q6700 | VID = 1.275
4) Max bench stable OC : 4.1ghz(1.53V) | 24/7 OCs 3.0ghz(1.136V) ; 3.33ghz (1.25V)
5) DFI X48-T2R

Woot...
 

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1) Purchaced in August 2007, Fry's Electronics Wilsonville OR.
2) see sig
3) see sig
4) OC 450x8=3.6GHz
vCORE 1.400 (real)
CPU VTT 1.40V
CPU PLL 1.60V
CPU GTL 0.63x
vNB 1.49 (real)
NB GTL 0.63x
5) see sig

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1) newegg.com - May 2008
Batch #L724A607W B Stepping, GO Revision

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1) Newegg 4/13/08
L727A643
What gives with all the old stock at Newegg? Not that it is bad- those early G0's are great with voltage scaling and heat. Both of those have "Born on" dates that make them older than mine!

How's your chip MasterKromm? L727 and L737 were supposedly the weeks with a high percentage of cherry chips for the Q6600s. Granted yours is a Q6700, it rolled off the line same week as mine.
 

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Purchase date and retailer: September 19, 2007 from MemoryExpress
Batch #: Q712A577
VID: 1.2000v
OC: 3.40Ghz
vCore: 1.36v
NB volts: Stock
FSB volts: Stock
PCI-E volts: Stock
RAM volts: 2.1v (stock)
Mobo maker: GIGABYTE (GA-P35-DS4)
NB chipset: P35
 

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What gives with all the old stock at Newegg? Not that it is bad- those early G0's are great with voltage scaling and heat. Both of those have "Born on" dates that make them older than mine!

How's your chip MasterKromm? L727 and L737 were supposedly the weeks with a high percentage of cherry chips for the Q6600s. Granted yours is a Q6700, it rolled off the line same week as mine.
Well my VID is 1.275... Not nearly as nice as Eric's. But I'm fooling around right now @ 1.39 vCORE and 333x10 seems pretty stable I'll probably bump up FSB to 360 and see if I'm able to boot into windows... Though I won't be stressing too hard until I feel the AS5 is set in real good.

SPI1M 15.22 Sec, that destroyed my poor little e4300s previous best. I almost feel bad... Muhaha I called in sick and skipped class; suffice to say it was well worth it
! Can't wait to find my max benchable and then stable OCs... So far this Xigmatek S1283 seems pretty capable, the Q6700 actually idles at only +1°C of my e4300's idle temps which was on less voltage and had C1E and EIST enabled.

Attachment 73112

BTW thanks for sharing guys.


-EDIT- Tiny little update

360x10 was still stable on 1.39v and everything else but ram(2.15v) still stock.

3dmark06 -> 16,973

Attachment 73119

SPI1M -> 14.00 sec

Attachment 73120

Not too shabby methinks...


-EDIT- #2

SPI1M -> 12.609s @ 4.0ghz 1.49V





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L740B384 Batch

QX9650 C0 revision

VID: 1.1250

3.9 Ghz (390x10) at 1.38 vcore (in bios not windows)

EVGA 790i Ultra no mods as yet

all other voltages are stock including ram
 
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Sig Q6600 Slacr
Microcenter BnM Purchased ??? have to check
L737B277 Package date 11/02/07
Vid 1.265
Dark P38
Had it up to slightly over 3700 stable
Currently 3508MHz 24/7 @ 1.407v

Q6600 Slacr
Microcenter BnM Date purchased ???
L741A939 Package 12/29/07
More on it in about a week.
 

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L737B277 Package date 11/02/07
Vid 1.265

That was supposed to be the "superstar" week. Any chance you'll try for 4GHz?
 

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this has more less been done already
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...c-voltage.html

Not quite... Mostly C2Ds and no VIDs, origin/date of purchase or Chipset/mobo posted. I'll also put everyone's details/specs into a table(in a week or so).


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Purchase date and retailer: September 19, 2007 from MemoryExpress
Batch #: Q712A577
VID: 1.2000v
OC: 3.40Ghz
vCore: 1.36v
NB volts: Stock
FSB volts: Stock
PCI-E volts: Stock
RAM volts: 2.1v (stock)
Mobo maker: GIGABYTE (GA-P35-DS4)
NB chipset: P35

Thanks for sharing... But this is a C2Q database. ><

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purchased at infonec April 2008

L740B384 Batch

QX9650 C0 revision

3.9 Ghz (390x10) at 1.38 vcore (in bios not windows)

EVGA 790i Ultra no mods as yet

all other voltages are stock including ram

Looking good, think you could post the vid too? It can be found in Coretemp.

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Sig Q6600 Slacr
Microcenter BnM Purchased ??? have to check
L737B277 Package date 11/02/07
Vid 1.265
Dark P38
Had it up to slightly over 3700 stable
Currently 3508MHz 24/7 @ 1.407v

Q6600 Slacr
Microcenter BnM Date purchased ???
L741A939 Package 12/29/07
More on it in about a week.

Thanks for sharing duke! Sounds like you landed a sweet Q6600.
 

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1)Purchased from:NewEgg /4-24-08(RMA) New one 5-13-08.
2)Q6600 Go SLACR Batch #L804A753
3)VID 1.265
4)OC 3.7 Vcore 1.39
5)Mobo:GA-P35-DS3L chipset Intel
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-BUMP- Added some more of my own results; Peeps we need more, post your C2Q OCs + info!

3.0ghz (1.136V) 3hr 15min (I stopped priming when I became bored ><)
Attachment 73487

3.333ghz (1.248V) 4+ hrs and counting
Attachment 73488

4.1ghz SPI 1M run 12.296s (1.552V) I may have overvolted a little considering my 32M stable V
Attachment 73489

4.05ghz SPI 32M run 12mins 45sec (1.52V)
Attachment 73490
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