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Old 05-09-2008, 12:42 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I wouldn't really go any higher w/ your vcore.
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I had my e6600 at 1.65V when I was doing a mad bench session.

Idled at 60C...
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I had my e6600 at 1.65V when I was doing a mad bench session.

Idled at 60C...

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Yeah the reason your temps are the same is because the Petras loop is cooling a quad with twice the heat output...


Gotta love fanboys that can't handle knowing that stuff other then their choice is just as good/better.

Personally I think your temps are amazing. I've seen quite a few people say 4.2ghz is basically the max for the e8400, so I don't know if raising the volts will matter much
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Gotta love fanboys that can't handle knowing that stuff other then their choice is just as good/better.

Personally I think your temps are amazing. I've seen quite a few people say 4.2ghz is basically the max for the e8400, so I don't know if raising the volts will matter much
Gotta love people who have no idea what they're talking about, making judgments about parts they've never used.
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Gotta love people who have no idea what they're talking about, making judgments about parts they've never used.
I think I busted someone's bubble.

Sounds to me like you've never used the product he is using either, so you have no room to knock me because I'm saying stuff.
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