After having this board for years I'm still not bothering to upgrade as the jump just aint that big unless you spend WTMM (way too much money >.>).
So - this is the sweet spot for my board and chip just for reference, it gives a potential overclock of 3.75 ghz but my chip needs 1.53 in bios for stability at 3.75 and my AC7 just can't cool that much powah effectively so I leave it at the below settings.
As always - Good NB and SB cooling is REQUIRED - You can fry eggs with standard cooling and settings let alone a decent overclock.
Now this is specifically for those with Q6600 G0 Chips... Dual core is much easier to get right on this board and you shouldn't have the FSB hole issues that have driven quad owners nutty.
So yeah - CPU voltage may vary, my VID is 1.2875v but overall the board settings are very solid for me.
It's at least a good place to start if you have a quad.Edited by Chickenman - 7/28/10 at 2:04pm