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Thread: Q6600 owners... what is your VID?

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    Quote Originally Posted by graysky View Post
    so you've had 2:

    1.3250 and 1.2625

    Can you comment on how each overclocked and @ what voltage?
    The 1.2625 vid



    It's 1.35 under load. The variance in temps on the first 2 cores is from me starting up Kapsersky, and it's tugging on those two cores.

    Haven't tried any higher yet.

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    @sphere - you must be water cooling
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    Nope, Zalman CNPS 9700.

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    @sphere: can you post a screenshot when prime95 v25.3 has been running for about a 1/2 hour and continues to run? Also post the room temp.
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    Updated the first post of the thread with the data collected (182 replies now)... this has turned into a nice little thread
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    another 1.3125 here

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    G0 - 1.2875

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    oh i forgot to mention the one i had was a B3

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    Okay all, this will be the final update; please don't post new VID data.

    I'm not totally sure the integrity of the data collected is that high. What I mean by that is I have read several reports of different reported VIDs for the same chip on different boards. I have also read about the VID changing based on the speedstep state and other factors.

    I started this thread hoping to see some sort of correlation between VID magnitude and vcore @ a given o/c level. I have received mixed reports on this front as well. I think the bottom line is there isn't a correlation between VID and overclockibility.

    Since you guys took the time to reply to the post, the least I can do is update the data for the last time:

    Replies for B3: 102
    Replies for G0: 158
    Total replies: 260 (a great response!)

    I updated the first post of the thread with the new histograms.

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    Hi, I have one a B3,
    default VID is 1.325 according to the bios,
    for some reasons thereading in CPUz is wrong and stays 1.200.
    4x3GHz@8GiB + 3TB_RAID6 + 30'TFT = ~300W
    6MBit/1Mbit > 1TB/month

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