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Higher NB from higher CORE?

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when i was at 3.9core i couldnt keep it stable at 2.8nb with 1.4v

but now that im at 4.2core nb seems to be stable at 1.3

how long should i prime to test nb stabillity

so if one of my cores fail does that mean i need more nbvid volts or ram or core
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2600nb = 1.1 volts runs fine
2800nb doesnt even stay stable at 1.5v
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