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Old 08-10-08, 05:11 PM   #978
MisterMister
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Default Re: 3DMark06 Benchmark Results

Well the Q6600 g0 (at least mine) will run 3.2Ghz @ a VCore of only 1.41250V. I've tried lower, but it isnt stable while running my stability testing apps (Prime95, OCCT, 3DMark06, & Super-Pi. If it fails ANY of them, I dont use that CPU setting). Anyway, this is more then low enough to keep temps in check. At that voltage, I get an average core temp of ~40*C (idle) & 54*C (load). As you probably know, its the voltage and not the actual clock speed which determines how hot your CPU is going to get (well, the vast majority of it anyway).

Keep in mind that I live in San Diego, CA and that its been in the high 80s/low 90s (*F) recently... and I don't have AC for the moment, since the compressor died a few weeks ago... UGG!

With your CPU @ 3.2Ghz you should see quite a jump in performance.

edit: BTW; what CPU cooler are you using in the Q6600/280GTX rig?
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