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Old 06-13-09, 12:30 AM   #23
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Default Re: G0 Q6600 overclocking

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Originally Posted by snowmanwithahat View Post
Good point... I've never had good luck with my memory but i've been on KVR DDR400 for the past 2 builds which really really held me back alot.

So far I'm 13 hours prime95 stable at these settings (400x8 1.385v).... but I don't think this is where I want to stay anyway... ultimately the goal is 400x9 @ whatever voltage is comfortable but I'll try what some of you suggested here.

Probably dropping down to 377 fsb and 9x multipler for 3.4 and try that out next.

btw, 1.2 is my current NB voltage (i think) does that sound about appropriate?
1.2 is pretty low for that FSB... then again you are P45 vs. my P65 so maybe it runs on less voltage that high and its normal. Maybe someone else could answer that one I happen to be running my FSB really high on only 1.25V but most on my mobo this high run 1.35V or 1.45V.
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