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Our weapon of choice in this case was a Scythe Infinity with its default 120mm fan spinning at around 1200 RPM. Well have a full review of this cooler in the near future, but for now well say that it performs well but has a few mounting-related flaws.
Originally Posted by DogersIs there an ETA on this? :)
Originally Posted by poz235I'm using the EVGA 680sli-A1 w/p30 bios, and have the Q6600 running my system stable at 3.6ghz (400x9, or 1600fsb) on air (thermalite 120 extreme)--granted, as case fans I'm using two four-inch monsters, which I got at a fish store and are made to cool metal-halide fixtures. I've scored 19,200 in 3d mark 06 at this speed (with a pair of 8800GTX's and the ram timings lowered to 3-3-3-10), but I have not run any severe tests like prime95--and don't plan to. The system does not crash or act funny when I do anything from audio conversions to playing Oblivion for hours; so for me, that's stable enough. My temps hover around 35c to 37c at idol (27c @ stock speeds/voltages), and hit a bit above 50c during 3dmark06. One of these days I'm going to switch to watercooling and and switch between the q6600 and a 6850, but that's only when I have time to custom design an efficent WC rig.
Originally Posted by 8igdaveId Bit-TECH going to do a review on the Q6600 Go and compare it to the B3? i think that would be a good review.
Originally Posted by BindibadgiNot much point considering a CPUs overclock is never guaranteed - we'd need to take several from several batches and test a whole load for an average.
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