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How To Overclock Q6600 To 3.4 Or 3.5ghz On Asus P5n-t Deluxe

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does anyone has experience that how shall i overclock my q6600 to 3.4ghz or 3.5ghz stable on asus p5n-t board??????does any one has experience on q6600 and asus p5n-t boards?please tell me exactly that what FSB and voltages i shall use in my ASUS p5n-t deluxe mobo so i shall overclock my q6600 G0 to 3.4 or 3.5 Ghz on air cooling!!! my specs are:-

 

q6600 overclocked @ 3GHz 1.256V (temps 35C idle and about 45C load)

cpu fan:- cnps9700

mobo:- asus p5n-t deluxe (bios version:- 1303)

2 x XFX 8800 gtx overclocked @ 630/1000

4 GB OCZ DDR2 SLI Ram @ 800 2.15V

1 x DVD RW

1 x floppy drive

1 x 320 GB Sata western digital hard disk

corsair TX-850 PSU

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not all Q6600 will hit 3.6 point i was able to do it on MSI P45-Platinum i needed 1.44325 to be stable

 

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this is my second Q6600 that i OC and to get to 3.4 or 3.5 limit on any board you need to put at least -/+1.4V to this hungry hot 65 nm beast :>

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oh my, that's the same 780i board that I had and it was awful with both my e6600 conroe and my q9450. It had like no bios support or anything.

 

please get a p45, and burn that board.

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i overclocked my q6600 to 3.4ghz but i did not do any thing in vcore all are in auto in my bios then i ran OCCT for 2 hours on large data set and high piority !!! my cpu temps were maximum 55C even all 4 cores were less then 60C.my idle temps are (wait let me see....)ok!cpu temp is 35C and cores 43 43 38 39C..these all are on overclockes settings to 3.4ghz with vcore set to auto.......but my asus probe says that my vcore is at(wait let me see again)...ok! 1.30V..my mobo tem is 39C....i think i shall run prim95 all night long and still no errors i will keep vcore ,NB , SB volts all on auto just like it is now and cpu overclocked to 3.4Ghz

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