I really wanna overclock my q6600 but I got a intel dp35dp with no overclocking features at all.. but as most intel boards it's ROCK STABLE I MEAN ROCK STABLE and with 2003 server never any problems at all! Of course the new mobo could be just as stable... but your not always that lucky.
should I give up a crazy stable mobo and go buy a nice overclocker and go hardcore or should i just keep nice stable system? I have a 2nd computer I could turn into overclocker but I just use it has a htpc never really game on it or anything so can't see the point of that. unless I use this stable beast for a htpc and use my 2nd comp as my gaming comp... hmmm my 2nd comp is amd which will need some new parts to make it a real gaming machine.... just don't know...
Originally Posted by halocog
you could try software overclocking , just to see if that would work, idk , i have heard good things about the q6600, i would oc it.
I haven't tried software overclocking... I did research other people trying and none had success. Most ended up buggering crap up so I just decided to not even try. I think I will just leave things how they are and maybe oc the video card or something... I kinda wanna start water cooling again and here is no point water cooling a stock q6600 lol
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