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Not true, the voltage required isn't really effected regarding an increased BCLK or an increased Multi. If he sets his multi to 25 but his BCLK to 100, he's still only running stock speeds and could get away with a 1.12 vcore.

He asked for 3.8 or 4Ghz, I provided him with enough for a 3.8Ghz overclock.
I'm talking X58 chipset voltages, not CPU. Jumping in at 200BCLK will require more NB voltage. Leaving it on Auto may or may not sort it out though.
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I'm talking X58 chipset voltages, not CPU. Jumping in at 200BCLK will require more NB voltage. Leaving it on Auto may or may not sort it out though.
Not really, I've got my BCLK at 200 and iv'e not touched the NB voltage.

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