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Will use 1.5V or higher 24/7?

  • Yes, 1.5V MAX

    Votes: 4 36.4%
  • Yes, > 1.5V Specify

    Votes: 2 18.2%
  • No

    Votes: 5 45.5%
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I want to compile a list (for my reference) of all Q6600 with the highest VID, 1.3250, their overclock, vCore, cpu cooler, idle, and load temperatures. If you are a folder folding on it, please add your temperatures for that. I want to see how high the vCore is for your chip. If you guys can, thanks.


If you want me to post up a spreadsheet or something, I can do that too.

I also forgot, if you can tell me how you are setting up your overclock it'd be nice. FSB X Multiplier.

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I have a 1.312 VID, and I'm at 3.2 @ 1.42 400FSB x 8 multi

I haven't had the time to make anything higher than that fully stable, but I think it'll take me darn near 1.5 to get 3.6 outta this thing.

I currently load at ~54C with Prime95 (4 threads)
 

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i have mine running at 3.6ghz with 1.504v idle and load with LLC enabled ... ive set 1.543v in bios
thing is its not 100% stable ... i mean if i keep load temps under 57C (90C tjmax) it stays stable for hours in prime ... but if my temps exceed 57C, like 60C ... it fails within a half an hour .. i get the 0x00000124 BSOD ... funny isn't it?
i dont really care since i can do anything and it wont fail ... folding for 26hours with 3 clients and didnt fail ... played GTA4 for hours and didnt fail ... good enough for me
 

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yep....mine will crash in Heavy Load after 5 minutes, but i really don't care........it does everything else so......happy with this chip so far
 

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Originally Posted by Vlasov_581
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yep....mine will crash in Heavy Load after 5 minutes, but i really don't care........it does everything else so......happy with this chip so far


dude up that vcore!
you can go as high as 1.5v and you'll probably get it stable at that voltage since your running 1.43v and can do usual stuff
 

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When I bench, I've gone all the up to 1.60v(4.005=455*9) with idle temps around 49C (Loaded only up with Vantage get up to 68C) - Lapped Zalman 9700

Under water, I will put it up to a max 1.55v(3.807=423*9) for 24/7 use. Idle 22C Load 49C(Prime95 Load) - Custom Water Kit

(That is with a 1.28750VID Chip, but the VID doesn't mean as much as batch number)
 
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