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Originally Posted by pioneerisloud View Post

Your "NB voltage" is actually your motherboard voltage...which should only be raised when raising your HTT Clock (also called FSB). So you honestly don't really need to raise that one unless you're doing some crazy high HTT clocks.
Your CPU-NB Voltage, is your processor's IMC voltage. This is what you raise when you raise your NB Clock frequency, and your RAM frequency / timings. This is safe up to 1.55v. Same with your vcore (for CPU frequency changes).

Wish i could rep you sir.. lots of good info smile.gif

I think i hit my limit im pretty sure.. i will put up a cpu-z validation up in a bit smile.gif

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2324310

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i cant seem to push the FSB any further.. i think it's my board.. i know it has vdroop issues.. any idea how i can take it further? is there something im missing?
Edited by hellr4isEr - 4/7/12 at 11:45pm
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