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q6600: a g0 adventure

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Im now using a p5k premium running 1.425 475x8 for 3.8ghz very sick board with the vdroop voltage damper you can run less voltage cause the load droop is gone.

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Im now using a p5k premium running 1.425 475x8 for 3.8ghz very sick board with the vdroop voltage damper you can run less voltage cause the load droop is gone.

 

Thats exactly the kind of news i wanted to hear. :)

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Im now using a p5k premium running 1.425 475x8 for 3.8ghz very sick board with the vdroop voltage damper you can run less voltage cause the load droop is gone.

 

475x8 on a quad is pretty sick! Good job!

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get it crackin!

 

Well end of the weekend blues is bringing on some more ocing so testing at 3.9ghz 1.437v 9x multi idle temps 29,28,28,29

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get it crackin!

 

Well end of the weekend blues is bringing on some more ocing so testing at 3.9ghz 1.437v 9x multi idle temps 29,28,28,29

 

holy crap nice chip! What are the load temps!

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Finally got around to get the Q6600 going on my P35-DQ6. I went right to the top on it. 1.5V and 450x8 priming right now. No problems so far. :)

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thats what I like to see, no seafood-footing around crank it right up. Im folding right now at 3.8ghz 1.45v stable

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thats what I like to see, no seafood-footing around crank it right up. Im folding right now at 3.8ghz 1.45v stable

 

Is this the max. what are you load temps.

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I've been waiting to see some of your results. What kind of load temps are you getting with 1.5v? Are you using air? I know i can go higher, i'm just concerned about the temps.

 

I have yet to see someone show proof of 3.6ghz+ stable on air cooling with a quad. I'm not talking about folding stable either. I'm talking 4 instances of prime95 for 8 hours.

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While I agree that prime95/Orthos should be used for stability, IMO running [email protected] is the ultimate stability test. Especially when you run it for over a month or even more.

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