Originally Posted by HerrisDevio
the power varians so it doesnt jump around
No one leaves the voltages on auto when overclocking, stable voltages are obligatory and leaving them on auto for overclocky usually means that the BIOS will overvolt for nothing.
If you want stable voltages lock them at default then lower them until you reach your minimum stable. Just what you would do if overclocking, but in reverse.
Also how do you make so much typos ?
Hmm i do want a high end system so what would you recommend the crosshair or the sabertooth
The Crosshair is the top end AM3+ board, if you're looking for the best then I believe you should go for this one, however you should be able to push some really good perfs out of the Sabertooth, I personally went for the Crosshair but it's your call, since you're apparently looking for something more than an average system both yould be good.