Greetings all. I'm fairly new to this forum, but I thought I'd share my OC system specs. I don't use CPU-Z, as a rule. I prefer Everest Ultimate. Here are my rig's specs...
Antec Nine Hundred
Gigabyte S-Series GA-P35-DS3L
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 (B3) @ 3.0Ghz 1.35v
Zalman CNPS9700 (On Arctic Silver)
2x1GB Corsair XMS2 PC6400 DDR2 @ 667Mhz (4-4-4-12) 1.9v
PNY 8800GTS 320MB @ 600Mhz / 1760Mhz
Creative Sound Blaster SB0570 Audigy SE
Lite-On LightScribe DL-DVDRW LH-20A1M186C
150GB WD Raptor 1500AHFD-OORAR5 10,000RPM 16MB Cache
320GB WD Caviar 3200JB-OOKFA0 7800RPM 8MB Cache
Sony MPF920 Floppy Drive ('cause I'm an ol' guy)
BFG Tech BFG650PSU 650Watt Power Supply
Windows XP Professional
The thumbs show my every day clocks. Prime95 tested stable. I have had my rig running higher clocks (suicide OC for GameSpot 3DMark glory), it was configured as follows...
CPU - Intel Q6600 B3 @ 3.3Ghz (1.42v)
Memory - Corsair XMS2 PC6400 @ 734Mhz / 5-5-5-12 (1.9v)
GPU - PNY 8800GTS 320MB @ 647Mhz / 1980Mhz
I don't know how stable it was running at these clocks. I was more than a little hesitant to try a burn-in. I just checked the temps (nearing red line for B3) and ran 3DMark06. I didn't get any caps of Everest with it that high, but for proof, I offer my 3DMark06 Orb link. If you check the configuration tab, it shows my CPU frequency. Although, Futuremark never has listed my GPU frequency correctly. Sorry 'bout that. And no. I don't feel the need to repeat my suicide run, just to get Everest screen caps. LOL!!!
3DMark06 - 12434