QX6700 cooling question Tags: Heatsinks Asus Cooling CPUs Overclocking Last response: February 10, 2013 7:38 AM in Overclocking Share jay11 February 10, 2013 6:00:00 AM System ; CPU : Intel QX6700 (early quad core, 130W) MB : Asus P5B-VM Cooling : Zalman ZM-NC2000B Case : Antec NSK6500 with case cooling fan and 2 HD fans Asus Q-Fan profile : optimal CPU is *not* overclocked and runs at 35°C idle for days. (51°C with Prime95 "maximum heat" test) Sometimes it happens,during normal operation, temperatures rises to 85°C. Temperature ok again after simple reboot. I do not know if it's a false reading or not. Any suggestions ? More about : qx6700 cooling question amuffin a b Ĉ ASUS a c 185 à CPUs a c 150 K Overclocking February 10, 2013 7:29:16 AM Are you sure? That doesn't seem normal because Prime95 only gets the CPU to 51C. jay11 February 10, 2013 7:38:01 AM amuffin said:Are you sure? That doesn't seem normal because Prime95 only gets the CPU to 51C. Yes i'm sure. I know it's not normal, hence this topic. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Just a question about Water Cooling with QX6700 & sli Ultras Forum SolvedWould this cool a QX6700 well? Forum Best option cooling qx6700 b3 stepping Forum ! Help ! Need Water Cooling System for my QX6700 Forum Cooling a non-OC'ed QX6700 Forum QX6700 H2O cooling. What happens to heat-pipe? Forum H2O cooling QX6700. What happens to chipset heat pipe? Forum Best Cooling Option for QX6700? Forum Help. Is this enought to cool my QX6700 Quad? Forum QX6700 Running at 1333fsb and 3.0Ghz questions Forum SolvedSimple Water Cooling Overclock Question Forum Solvedpositive pressure cooling question Forum SolvedAlright A Cooling Question Forum SolvedLiquid Cooling Question Forum SolvedCooling question - Corsair 250D Forum SolvedCooling fan question Forum SolvedCooling System Question Forum SolvedSimple Cooling Question! Forum Solvedair-cooling question, need feedback Forum SolvedQuestion about Water Cooling Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !