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Thread: Is My Q6600 G0 safe at these settings?

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    Is My Q6600 G0 safe at these settings?

    hi, I recently built my first mid/high-end rig, and since it's the first time I overclock anything I was wondering what can happen to my cpu at these settings. Will it die faster? Is there going to be any chip degradation because of the speed/voltage I'm using?

    I have a thermalright 120 ultra extreme with a Scythe S-flex 1600 fan.

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    Show the temps in Load, those idle temps are fine
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    It´s just prime running for 10 minutes
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    That is excellent temps.
    Your chip should be just fine on that frequency/voltage.
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    Thats the safest cpu I have seen for as long as I can remember. Im running my qx9650 at 20c more and almost 0.25 more volts lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sagart View Post
    That is excellent temps.
    Your chip should be just fine on that frequency/voltage.
    meaning that my cpu is not going to die suddenly because of the overclock?

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