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    Help me push my Q6600 some more

    I want to push my Q6600's OC higher and need some help my current OC is 3.2ghz solid voltage from what i remember is 1.238v so very low my ram is at 948mhz and all other settings are on auto its pretty much topped out at 1.238v it wont be stable at any higher clock and im using a 9x mutiplier and is around 35c idle and 45-47c fully loaded so lots of headroom left i think maybe a little bit more voltage is whats needed but i need someone to point me in the right direction.

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    Re: Help me push my Q6600 some more

    1.238v is pretty low for 3.2Ghz. I'd up it a notch or two and test again. Your RAM shouldn't be an issue here as its under clocked at the minute. Your board should be stable at highers fsb's, but you could check by dropping the multi.

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