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Hello everyone on overclock.net! Since I am VERY new to this community and this is my first post, please let me know if I do something that doesn't follow the overclocking etiquette.

I've noticed that some people like to do manual/static CPU core voltages and I've developed a formula that gives a safe CPU core voltage for any given CPU core multiplier. The formula is:

51x/1920

, where x = the desired CPU core multiplier (4.8GHz = 48, etc.). Remember to round the number to 3 decimal places!

Have fun and thank you!