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Is the northbridge chip set voltage the F.S.B. voltage?? And how much can that help in terms of stabilizing overclocks or helping you achieve higher overclocks.
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Is the northbridge chip set voltage the F.S.B. voltage??
No, the NorthBridge voltage should come under MCH (Memory Controller Hub) in your motherboard's BIOS.

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And how much can that help in terms of stabilizing overclocks or helping you achieve higher overclocks.
Once you've raised FSB past a certain point, or have moved from one strap to another, you sometimes have to increase the voltage to the NorthBridge so that the MCH is able continue accessing your system RAM in a relibale manner.
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