I've overclocked my Q6600 to 3.2 (354.7x9), vCore at 1.3V, 4-4-4-12 ram 1:1 at 2V, I ran P95 last night for 3 hours with no error, so I decreased vCore by one increment (1.26something) and ran prime again, this time core 3 fails with a "rounding error, expected less than 0.4"
I increased vcore again, back to 1.3V, but this error is still persistant? (I've ran small FFT and Blends)
Why am I still getting this error?
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Like Gene said, your system is not stable. Increase your core voltage to 1.35 volts and your RAM voltage to 2.2 volts. Retest.
Speaking from experience, 3.2 - 3.3 GHz is about the limit with an ACF7P.
Okay thanks guys, I'll give it a go. This is my first time overclocking