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|7th June 2010, 11:52||#1|
I used to have a E6550 @3.62Ghz on a P35-DS3 2.1 and it was working nice
,now i got a Q6600 @3.6Ghz but when i stress the 4 cores my motherboard is starting to make silent beep sounds.
Should i worry?
And another thing,
I would like to hit 4ghz,have 1066ddr2 so thats no prob.
In the bios in can go to 1.59v , then its big steps to 1.6v -1.8v- 2.0v ,how much can i trust for 24/7
Its cooled by a H50 for now.
|7th June 2010, 16:23||#2|
Is it realy beeping, like a sound coming from an oboard speaker/buzzer or is it more like a high frequency pith.
The first could indicate an overheating problem, my old NF7-s v2 beeped increadibily silently when my core temp reached the set limit.
If it's the latter, then you shouldn't worry too much. Some coils tend to make high frequency pitched noises under heavy load, nothing to worry though. It can be fixed with some hot glue
|27th June 2010, 20:02||#7|
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