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Hi guys i have just got my Q6600 upto 2925.0Ghz iam not sure about the temps if they are ok i would like to go more but iam some what unsure of the next steps at this speed i noticed that the computer did not run 100% some things went very slow and i had everest crash on me though i did not have to restart windows. i think i might need to increase the vcore but not sure by how much. here are some screen shots please all help will be welcome as iam very new to all this

 

Thank you

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yeah I was going to say to up the volts. I like OCCT because it can be set and work the way you want it to, and it will say wether or not you are stable (for those who don't know how to tell). you might want to turn down you ht a little, I noticed that it is up to 1300 that mobo should be able to handle 1333 but just for a higher oc you may want to turn it down a little. But I'm not 100% on intel oc'ing I just know what I've read, I only have AMD right now, will be making the jump in spring :)

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Ok i put the vcore upto 1.4v i got past the bios and on the windows loading screen it crashed Voltage Values are :

 

 

CPU Core 1.4 V

FSB VTT 1.264 V

North Bridge Core 1.248 V

South Bridge Core 1.520 V

HyperTransport 1.264 V

DIMM 1.952 V

DIMM VTT 0.960 V

 

any ideas

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Leave the CPU voltage alone. Set it @ 1.4 V for right now

 

Increase the chip set Volts but without knowing what motherboard you have, I can't give a safe number to increase it to.

 

I'd slowly bump up the FSB voltage & the NB voltages...

 

 

 

EDIT ::::

wow wait, I thought Hyper transport was a AMD thing not Intel ???

I think you mean Hyper Threading in which case does not apply to the Q6600 nor any of the COre 2 Line cpu's

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