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Originally Posted by pioneerisloud;13483262 
Your realistic goal...however high you can bang out stable. The easiest way to do it, is to lower your RAM speed, lower your CPU down, keep your HT Link between 1800-2100, and bring your NB clocks up as high as possible. Keep your CPU-NB voltage below 1.45v. Once you find your highest you can go stable with NB, bring RAM back up...and test that out. Then bring CPU back up, test that out.



CPU-NB voltage is the IMC on your CPU. Again, should not pass 1.45v. Your NB chipset is only in charge of the reference clock, and PCIe frequencies and such. You don't need to screw with that voltage at all.

OK I understand. I'm coming from using C2D's that don't have integrated memory controllers. Wow I feel like a noob again.