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MULTIPLIER & TEMP HELP

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June 2, 2009 4:24:11 PM

I have a q6600 go 2.4ghz
Its clocked to 3.0ghz by just changing the fsb to 333x9 and unlinked with ram the same at 800mhz.

My question is and I better to leave as is or set the fsb to 400 and multiplier to 8 so my ram is in sync with the cpu speed & will the fsb and or multiplier lower my temps at all.

Im a noob when it comes to this

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June 2, 2009 4:41:59 PM

I've already answered this question in your previous thread - http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/252554-29-prime-temps...

Temperatures are influenced primarily by Vcore, CPU cooler, ambient temperature and clock speed. 3.2 Ghz at either 356 x 9 or 400 x 8 will have no effect on temperatures, however, 400 x 8 is more desirable for the 1:1 ratio. Also, when overclocking, never run Vcore in "Auto" as it will typically apply more voltage than necessary to maintain stability, which in turn increases temperatures. said:
Temperatures are influenced primarily by Vcore, CPU cooler, ambient temperature and clock speed. 3.2 Ghz at either 356 x 9 or 400 x 8 will have no effect on temperatures, however, 400 x 8 is more desirable for the 1:1 ratio. Also, when overclocking, never run Vcore in "Auto" as it will typically apply more voltage than necessary to maintain stability, which in turn increases temperatures.
June 2, 2009 6:09:04 PM

Hi Comp,
can I ask...does lowering the multiplier mean less Vcore is needed? In which case 3.2GHz at 8x400 is 'better' in terms of voltage (and therefore temp) than 333x9.
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June 2, 2009 6:11:52 PM

3.2 Ghz at either 356 x 9 or 400 x 8 will have no effect on temperatures... said:
3.2 Ghz at either 356 x 9 or 400 x 8 will have no effect on temperatures...
The Vcore required for 3.2 Ghz is unaffected by FSB / multiplier combinations. 3.2 Ghz requires the same Vcore as does 3.2 Ghz, as does 3.2 Ghz ...
June 2, 2009 6:16:05 PM

Roger, so what I read was bollocks. Cheers
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June 2, 2009 6:28:09 PM

All processors are unique in their voltage tolerance, thermal behavior and overclock potential. A quad core processor will only overclock as high as it's weakest core, however the Voltage ID, or VID, is a rough indication of how much Vcore is required to attain a given clock frequency.

The Q6600 was released with VID's in increments of 0.125 volts, which range from 1.200 (best) to 1.325 (worst). Regardless, even Q6600's with a 1.325 VID are still capable of overclocking to 3.6 Ghz. Overclocking is about understanding Intel's specifications, and not exceeding them.

Q6600 G0:

Vcore Max = 1.5
CPU temp = 71c
Core temp = 76c

You can read your Q6600's VID by downloading Real Temp, then clicking on the "Settings" button.

Comp :sol: 
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