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Takes good cooling on the chip for starters, careful useage of voltage to be sure you're only giving it enough to get there without throwing too much to it. It's also luck of the draw on the chip you have too but most any Thuban based chip I've ever seen can hit at least 3200 no prob.
Thubans respond well to voltage and cooler temps but at the same time are temp sensitive - if it get a little too warm it's gonna let you know about it with errors, BSOD's and such.
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thanks for the feedback. if i was to try 3200 on the NB would that meen i need to give more volt to the vcore and cpu/nb...im allready on a HWM max vcore of 1.5 and a cpu/nb 1.34 idle cpu temp is 30c cores 18 c
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thanks for the feedback. if i was to try 3200 on the NB would that meen i need to give more volt to the vcore and cpu/nb...im allready on a HWM max vcore of 1.5 and a cpu/nb 1.34 idle cpu temp is 30c cores 18 c

I'll go ahead and say 1.5v's to hit 4.0 is alot of voltage to use and you should be able to hit that using 1.45v's with ease. Might not need that much but unless your chip is a really stubborn one, 1.5v's shoudn't be needed to reach 4.0GHz.
As for the NB speeds, you'd need at least 1.45v's or higher to get up that far - 3200 is well within reach at that voltage and to hit what I was getting (3500+) 1.5v's or higher is definitely needed there. I was using about 1.55v's to get there but note my cooling is good too and that's what you'd need to reliably hit those numbers. I know each chip is different but I think it's possible with yours as long as temps are under control.
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no i meen it hits a max of 1.5 v core as hardware moniter shows.. I set the voltage to 1.47 in the bios. my chip needs 1.47 for 4.1ghz. but cuz of the nb at 3000 it seems to require more. so i left the volt on 1.47 and lowerd my multiplyer to 4ghz my temps seem to be prity good though
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