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    New Q6600 G0

    Running prime at stock with stock cooler:

    http://slackerserver.com/TESTING/upl...d/1nicquad.JPG


    Now...it idles at 39/40 - I'm happy with these temp's but someone has just said they look pretty scary to him - so I'm taking it that he thinks they're way off.

    I think they seem pretty good...but maybe I'm way off.
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    Re: New Q6600 G0

    Im not sure where you've pasted that link from, but its not the full address....

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    Re: New Q6600 G0

    http://slackerserver.com/TESTING/upl...d/1nicquad.JPG
    fixed link

    it might be that the heat sink is is not sitting on the processor properly or too much voltage might be going through or just that the sensors are not properly calibrated
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    Re: New Q6600 G0

    No what I'm saying is I think they're fine. It's running prime 95 - not idle.

    Oh well nevermind.

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    Re: New Q6600 G0

    The temps are fine, but it's a stock speeds, and it is possible to get them lower, or reach a higher clock speeds and maintain those temps.

    If you don't plan to clock it any higher then I really wouldn't worry.

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    Re: New Q6600 G0

    I've just overclocked to 2.82 and ran prime and it got to 68 on two cores/65 on two cores. I ran prime for 10 minutes.

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    Re: New Q6600 G0

    run it for like 3-4 hours to ensure system stabililty

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    Re: New Q6600 G0

    Oh I intend to. I'll run it over night. Just aslong as those temps are ok.

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