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    600e o/c voltage....

    i am redesignin my liquid cooler so for the first time i put my 600e slot on a heatsink...runnin 828mhz@1.85V do you think i can set the core voltage up more? it's runnin bout 96F max runnin seti....stable no prob but will going higher damage anything...prob..not right...
    but at what temp will i lose my stability?
    on liquid it usually ran bout 44F(max) on one peltier...

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    I am Rinning my 600e@875 145 FSB with a 1.9V. I think that once I go on water, I will see 900 MHZ

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    Cool beans MAN!! I got a P2 350 that o/c's to 525.. not bad.. But ya cotta LOVE that fulspeed CACHE!! BWT, I'm not too new here ... just had to re-register been so long since I've been here..I lost all my password papers.. DOH!!! I use to be JreClark.. Then JrClark.. NOW.. Intel-Man

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    Dude, I think 1.85v for 828 is high as it is. I have a 600e@852 with 1.75v with the old stepping!

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    I'm running a retail slot1 600e @ 800 on 1.7v. Upping voltage isn't a cure-all for stability problems. Instead of raising voltage until it's unstable, then backing off, try dropping it until it's unstable, then bumping it up.

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