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ok an update got my processor to 3.15Ghz with temps of about 41-43 under load at vcore 1.37 shown as 1.296 in cpuz if i push it further it becomes unstable. now do you think i should increase the vcore and keep going seeing as my cpu seemed happy with a higher vcore to start with?

also when increasing the vcore are the main concerns temps?
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Yes, higher vCore will quickly lead to higher temps. What I would do now is increase the vcore one notch, and then try an increase of 5-10MHz on your FSB. Test those settings, and if it fails, notch vCore up one setting. Test again. If it stabilizes, do another 5-10MHz increase of your FSB. Repeat this process until you either reach the thermal limit of 60C under load or you're happy with your clock speeds.
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ok an update got my processor to 3.15Ghz with temps of about 41-43 under load at vcore 1.37 shown as 1.296 in cpuz if i push it further it becomes unstable. now do you think i should increase the vcore and keep going seeing as my cpu seemed happy with a higher vcore to start with?

also when increasing the vcore are the main concerns temps?
I would not push my Vcore higher than 1.4V.
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