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Willamette Guide?

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I was looking through the intel guide and they have voltage and temp guides for both Northwood chips and Prescott chips. I'm running a "Willamette" on an Asus P4B the busspeed is running at 102Mhz volatage is moving between 1.722 and 1.744. the FSB is running at 408mhz. The cpu is designed to run at 1.5Ghz. Whats the safe voltage and CPU temp for a Willamette and are my setting normal for a slight over clock like this?
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Good old Willy, I had one a long time ago! (1.7GHz one that was lapped). I believe the stock vCore on those processors are 1.75. I do remember giving mine 2.0v, the max my motherboard allowed. Though I was on watercooling. I would keep it around 1.85v and top out around 2v depending on your temps. Anyways, the recommended voltage above stock mainly depends on the cooling of the processor. Generally, the lower the tempatures, the more vcore you can give it.
    
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