Re: G0 Q6600 overclocking
Try running a higher multiplier and lower FSB... will take less voltage and you will probably get a higher clock with ease. You will also lower your temps. Not sure how your motherboard works... but on mine 400Mhz FSB is the highest stress point... at which point 401Mhz goes into different timings and the NB becomes more stable. However, it runs faster below 400Mhz FSB unless I somehow manage to get it stable at a FSB above 420Mhz.
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