No sir, not bad at all for a mornings work.
Your temperatures are good too considering the 65nm Intel chips (If I remember correctly from the datasheet) are good for up to 85C.
Originally Posted by name='gotmaxpower'
Wow, pretty good temperatures for a Q6600. My E8400 gets to 70-80c
on 1.440v at 4410MHz, that overclock was rushed though.
Just to let you know (and not to hijack the thread) according to the following datasheet (Table 26):
Intel state the highest safe temperature for the E8000 series is 72.4C when it's dissapating the full 65W of thermal power.
Table 3 states that Vcore max for the E8000 series is 1.45v.
Intel state operating above 1.45v can cause the device to "either not function, or its reliability will be severely degraded."
Intel say operating above functional limit the "device may be functional, but with its lifetime degraded".
So you're okay voltage wise....
teknokid, apologies for the attempted hijack..