The poster formerly known as Kero-chan
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"If it's not love, then it's the bomb that will bring us together." -Morrissey (The Smiths)
Is that monster responsible for your folding output going up so nicely? 4 cores -- 4 instances? Temps with all 4?
Right now, with the Win SMP client, mine runs at 62-59C across the four cores. I'm running it at 3.4GHz and 1.3975v. No doubt I'll be able to take it higher once I get my water cooling setup. I need to buy some cheap tubing to mess around with the setup on my test bench before I use the Tygon in my case.
Q6600 @ 3.6GHz (Tuniq Tower 120) - DFI Lanparty LT P35-T2R - 8GB Corsair DDR2-800 - eVGA GTX 275 SC - SoundBlaster X-Fi - Western Digital VelociRaptor 300GB - Seagate 7200.10 750GB (2) - Western Digital 1.5TB Green (2) - Western Digital 2TB Green - WINDy-Soldam MT-Pro 1700 - Antec Signature 850W- HP LP2475W (H-IPS) - Samsung 204B (TN) - Alienware Ozma 7 Headphones - Windows 7 Ultimate
Upon further tests, I just couldn't keep stable at 3.5, and trying to get 3.3 for some reason wouldn't allow posting (***?) so I just went back down to 3.2, which is still powerful enough for me until I get water cooling.
• Added a detailed section to help you find the minimum stable CPU and MB vcore settings. Check it out (near the bottom of the guide entitled, “Stress Testing and Minimizing Your Vcores”)!
• Updated the CPU table
• Provided a less than $5 method you can use to shave off some NB load temps (in the thermal management section at the end of the guide).