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The Asus Silent Knight II – Where the metal meets the might

We increased the voltage for the Q6600 to emulate a overclocked situation. (1.450v compared to the default voltage of 1.3250v)

Pretty ok temperatures for a voltage increase. But worrying, due to the fact that the ambient temperature was 25 degrees. Users in non-airconditioned rooms might want to take note of this.

At full load, the temperatures of all four cores on the Q6600 reach the 60 degree mark and beyond, indicating the last remnants of resistance put up by the Silent Knight II were abolished by the incoming rises in core temperature.

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