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does an e6600 @ 2.67 GHz get hotter than an e6700?

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by zuckel, Jul 26, 2007.

  1. zuckel New Member

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    i'm not firm about CPUs at all, but it seems natural that e.g. an e6600 and an e6700 actually come from the same wafer and are only separated by individual performance testing.

    is this so? if yes, then an e6600 clocked at e6700 speeds shouldn't produce more heat than an original e6700.

    does somebody know? i'm just wondering.
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    Heat output will be identical, provided that voltage and clocks are the same.
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    quick question i recently replaced my zalman cnp9500 with a cnp9700 cooler , and also bumped my OC ON THE E6600 TO 2.81 GHZ (312 X 9) FSB ............ my idle temps for both cores in speedfan show 43-44c and loads cna go upto to 50-51c .............. is that normal ?? in your opinion thx.
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    It is ok...Just make sure you keep away from the 60 degrees barrier under load and you will be fine.
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