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Old 06-11-09, 11:32 PM   #18
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Default Re: G0 Q6600 overclocking

Originally Posted by Eliminator View Post
interesting how you can even boot between 350-400.... there's a nice fsb hole there and mine won't even boot in that range... i run 401x9 24/7 at 1.5V (actual) on an ocz vendetta 2 cooler
Mine boots without issue... although between 391-400Mhz it takes quite a bit more voltage. 100% stable at 390Mhz on the FSB for me though. I was also surprised because I read about that FSB hole on this motherboard The system is faster and more stable for me at my current setting that when I was running 3.6Ghz and above 401Mhz on the FSB. Go figure? lol. I am only running the NB voltage at 1.25V too!!! Maybe I just got lucky...
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