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[FT] e8500 4.4 stable for GOOD Q6600

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  1. Paulieg

    Paulieg The Mad Moderator Staff Member

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    Looking to trade my nice e8500 CO for a early batch, low VID Q6600 GO or Q6700. This e8500 benches stable at 4.4ghz on 1.45v Looking for this to be a straight up trade for your "average" Q6600, or I'll add $10-$20 for a really low VID chip.
     
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    Does Nate still have his 3.8GHz Q6700????

    Worth a PM ;)

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    Yeah, but he love's his Quads, so I don't think he'll be interested. ;)
     
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    My B3 has been tested to 3.2 on stock voltage but my mobo wont do it. unfortunetely it is a B3 so im not sure how much higher you will get it i think the record for the chip was 3.6Ghz btw it is lapped and stays pretty cool.
     
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    Yeah, but I'm looking for a GO that will do 3.6ghz+ stable.
     
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    He also loves to play around with new things like you do ;)

    I'm sure he can find room in his collection for your E8500 until he wants to trade it, who knows, maybe he will trade it back to you! :toast:

    Give him a pm :rockout:
     
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    lol you guys always keep selling and buying something !
     
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    Oh, the pressure...:twitch: LOL. Already did, just in case.
     
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    It's all part of the game, man. :pimp:
     
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    what was the highest you had that was benchable? I might be interested.
     
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    4.62ghz, but that was on air, and only 1.475v (actual)
     
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    I can vouch for paulieg, I got my e8400 and supertalent ram from him. Awesome seller!
     
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    I would love to have your e8500, but all i have is an 8800GTS512 and an e6750 up for trade.
    EDIT: paulieg doesnt need to be vouched for, people know him :p
     
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    Yeah and Paulieg's heatware is definately established aswell. He has most likely made 3 times as much trades than his heatware evals shows because most people don't bother with heatware usage on moderators since its reliability by default really.

    My trades with him have always been perfect. ;)
     
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    lol yeah, can't hurt tho :p
     
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    haha, regretting giving me your q6600, paulie? :laugh:
    free bump for ya!
     
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    i have one, im very intrested in a trade... what kind of temps are you getting on air with that kind of oc? and also is it lapped ?


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    If only i were in the states - this thing will run stock @ 1.2V and 3.6 @ 1.35V (ish).

    (Sorry, i wont be wanting to ship over the pond, too risky IMO)

    **Just to make you jealous ;)**
     
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    Temps are good, cores get into the lower 60's in prime95 at 4.4ghz and 1.45v.It's not lapped. Not worth the lose in trade value to lap it. What kind of OC can you get out of that chip, and do you know the batch/pack date?
     
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    im not sure, i could probably figure it out the batch and pack date for you, otherwise i wouldnt know what kind of oc it can do mainly becuase it was purchaced directly form intel from a purchace program with an intel motherboard, no oc :banghead:
     
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    How long have you had the chip?
     
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    Yeah, never should have parted with that Supertalent Ram. A true hidden gem. Didn't you get like 1300mhz out of those 800mhz sticks?:)
     
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    If only you was in the UK id be interested.
    Mine does 3.6ghz @1.360v stable vid 1.2750. early Go sweet chip.

    Definatly hold out for a early one my mate got a new one and needed 1.5v to hit 3.6ghz stable and his water cooling struggled at that too.
     
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    Yeah, I bought 3 crappy ones about 6 months ago. None of them would OC past 3.4ghz. Sold
    'em all.
     
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    TBH mate if i was to sell this chip id still ask for What ever it is new cos chips like this should'nt depreciate in value for what you can get out of them especially as it never hits 60c under stress.
     

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