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having a bit of trouble getting any overclock stability.

i have managed to boot in @ 3.51ghz, with 1.39vcore.

my issue is, Gigabyte doesnt report the NB and SB voltages, and i cant find any software that reports it for me. in the BIOS, you can only up the voltages by .01 and 0.025 etc etc .. but it doesnt give you a reading.

does anyone know the stock voltages of this board? or is every board the same. from memory the NB is usually 1.35v, the SB is 1.5v.

@ 3.51ghz, 3dmark crashed, as did Crysis after about 3 minutes. what voltages do i need here?

for 3.51ghz, i had 1.39vcore, the (G)MCH was @ 0.1v over, the FSB was at 0.1v over, and my ram was @ 936mhz 4-4-4-12-2T @ 2.1v..

i've tried a higher Vcore, but im thinking it might not be that.

what is the (G)MCH, is it different to the MCH? coz i have the option of upping the (G)MCH by .025 increments..or increasing the MCH Reference Voltage by 10% .. im confused.

cheers in advance.
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