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    Default Re: Need help OC q6600 on gigabyte mobo P41T-ES3G

    so all on default optimized no oc, but vcore 1.350v is that what you are saying?

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    Default Re: Need help OC q6600 on gigabyte mobo P41T-ES3G

    all in optimized only vcore changed from auto to 1.350v gave me this results, btw comp was idle for about 10 min, temp was 66C highest
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    Default Re: Need help OC q6600 on gigabyte mobo P41T-ES3G

    This more like what I would have expected.
    Try the OC settings with the same vcore, if it's much lower than 39 try more vcore up to 1.375v

    EDIT: if you get 38 or more run 3DMark again.
    For stability run Prime95 blend 8+ hours.
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    Default Re: Need help OC q6600 on gigabyte mobo P41T-ES3G

    dude help please i did something to my comp it wont start all i get is black screen no ligo of mobo no bios no nothing but he is running

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    Default Re: Need help OC q6600 on gigabyte mobo P41T-ES3G

    Is it powering on and off?
    First tur the PSU off or pull out the power cable if you don't have switch, and press the power button to discharge capacitors.
    Switch it back on and ty to boot again.
    If that doesn't help you will have to clear CMOS by shorting the CLR_CMOS pins. Do that when the computer PSU is off and capacitors discharged. Consult the manual about the location of CLR_CMOS pins.

    Have you loaded the settings you had before with F12?

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    i loaded with f12 and changef ocpu to 9x320 and set ram to corespond with that to have 1066 i think it was 3.2d and srt vcore to normal and dram voltage to normal, i can power on and off but all i get is bkack screen, what i have to do with that pins for cmos? will that reset bios or what?

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    Default Re: Need help OC q6600 on gigabyte mobo P41T-ES3G

    Yes it resets BIOS. You need to short the for a few seconds. you can do it with a screwdriver or by placing jumper on them if you have one.

    EDIT: Read the settings I have posted again, you mus be very precise.
    My questions was does it turn on and off by itself?

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    Default Re: Need help OC q6600 on gigabyte mobo P41T-ES3G

    ok i found 2 pins it says clr cmos what i have to do with it and in that process should psu be on of off?

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    Default Re: Need help OC q6600 on gigabyte mobo P41T-ES3G

    PSU off and press power button once after it's off to discharge capacitors.
    Then connect the pins using a screwdriver for a few seconds.

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    Default Re: Need help OC q6600 on gigabyte mobo P41T-ES3G

    sory, no it just stays on but nothing happens, no responce from bios, so psu on or off while placing jumper to the pins?

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