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finally @ 4.2Ghz P95 Stable, need some feedback on my volts please

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I finally got my i7 930 stable at 4.2Ghz (21 x 201) with 1.41250V @ vcore HT On. Passed 8Hrs and 30Mins on Prime95, 100% Load, Fully Stable. Temps After 8hrs test was between 82C - 85C in Real Temp, No Downclocks no Drop in Multi.

I want some feedback on the settings and volts below, please have a look and help me optimize them.

Quote:
Motherboard - EVGA X58 LE / SLi3
Processor - i7 930 (D0)
CPU Cooling - H70
RAM - G.SKill RipJaws 1600Mhz 12GB DDR3 (6 Sticks)


Extreme Cooling [Mode 1]
MCH Strap [Auto]
CPU Clock Skew [Auto]

Voltage Settings

EVGA VDroop Control [ With VDroop ] (Same as LLC)
CPU VCore [ 1.41250V ] 1.41250V
CPU VTT [+150mV]
CPU PLL VCore [1.875V}
QPI PLL VCore [1.300V]
DIMM Voltage [1.64V]
IOH VCore [1.200V]
IOH/ICH I/O Voltage [ Auto ] 1.500V
ICHVCore [1.200]
I know most of the settings look well within the "safe zone" but I still wanted to see if there was anything I could potentially improve, lower volts somewhere, lessen the stress I cant however lower the Vcore anymore, if I even lower it one notch then I get BSOD after 3Hrs of Prime95.
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So..? I am good as gold then?
Anybody wanna leave me some advice or what they think about this?
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