View Single Post
Old 05-09-07, 03:36 AM   #38
einstein_314
w00t!!
 
einstein_314's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2003
Location: Victoria, BC
Posts: 2,905
Default Re: Kentsfield/Quad-Core Overclocking Thread

Ok guys Now that I'm a Q6600 owner, I guess it's time to take part in this thread! Right now I'm overclocked to 3.2 GHz (355x9) at stock voltage (1.3V?).

I have a few questions though. What is the most accurate way of measuring temps? Right now I've got the demo of everest running and it's telling me the following:

CPU = 35C
Core 1 = 46C
Core 2 = 45C
Core 3 = 38C
Core 4 = 42C

So what is correct? Running two instances of Orthos (in small fft mode) results in temps getting up to about 60 on all cores. And what is a safe temp for these things to run at? When should I start worrying about overheating? I know they have thermal throttling and all that....but what is a safe temp to run at?

And should I disable the feature where the processor drops the multiplier to 6 rather than 9 when it's not being used? Does it affect overclocking? What is this feature called and how do I turn it off? I can't find it in the bios....

So far I'm loving this thing. It's soooo much faster than my Opty 175 was.

Thanks guys!
__________________
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 3.2GHz (9 x 355) w/ Swiftec APOGEE GTX Waterblock|| Asus P5B-Deluxe WiFi Edition
eVGA 8800 GTX Superclocked Edition @ 675/1150 w/ DangerDen 8800GTX Waterblock|| 4x1GB Mushkin XP2 PC2-8500
X-Fi Fatal1ty 64MB || PC Power & Cooling Silencer 750W || Seagate 7200.10 320 GB || Dell 2407WFP
Logitech Z-5300 Speakers || Sennheiser HD555's || Logitech G7 || Logitech G15 || Windows Vista Ultimate x64
einstein_314 is offline   Reply With Quote