My CPU seems more stable with a lower Vcore Tags: CPUs Last response: June 24, 2009 9:22 PM in CPUs Share jamespage17 June 24, 2009 8:50:20 PM I had issues when gaming becuase my games would crash and i also had fairly high temps. I had my Q6600 at 1.3 and dropped it down to 1.15 and now it seems more stable?, i have 780i Mobo More about : cpu stable lower vcore wuzy June 24, 2009 9:01:46 PM The obvious answer would to be get better cooling for your Q6600. Blow dust and replace TIM etc. Q6600 runs fairly cool (relatively) @stock vcore which is <1.325v cjl a b à CPUs June 24, 2009 9:22:43 PM That's probably due to overheating. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Nf7s v2.0 and Mobile Athlon: more stable at lower Vcore? Forum Lower cpu temp means more stable oc? Forum SolvedWill lower load temps = a more stable OC? Forum SolvedHi^_^ How do I lower my vcore? CPU overheating...(solved!!!!!!!!!!!!!) Forum I have lowered my vcore dramatically, still stable, wrong? Forum CPU VCORE won't lower after playing the game, cpu is not overclocked Forum will more power lower heat on a CPU? Forum CPU-Z is reporting lower v-core when running Futuremark Forum More eco friendly to get a new lower watt CPU, or keep using the current one? Forum BCLK vs CPU Ratio, 6th core failing, and does this seem stable? Forum How much more voltage needed for overclocking GPU after stable CPU? Forum Running at a lower resolution more CPU-Intensive? Rumor? Forum CPU is overheating.. would lowering Vcore help?? Forum CPU More Important In Lower Resolutions? Forum Lowering Vcore on Asus A7V333 / reduce CPU temp Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !