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whats your memory timings???? try loosing them, also try this- lower your multiplier buy one and up the fsb..it doesn't always work but my friend got about 100mhz more out of his system when he did that not only that u can up your ram 2 so they both operate at higher speeds
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Originally Posted by dannyyboii View Post
It's different for individual chips. At those voltages, your rig is susceptible to have problems and there may be detrimental effects on your overall rig's OC and stability. Don't push it so high. Use your own judgment.
exactly , i have an X2 3800 that I give 1.65 for 24/7 load and its fine
    
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