Q6700 oem email@example.com
XfX 790i ultra
Gonetomorrow has a 780i and has his nb @ 1.4V for 3.9ghz(I assume 390FSB). I would think you should be able to do 340FSB anywhere between 1.3-1.35V.
-EDIT- Not only that but he has 4 dimms occupied which typically require more voltage due to increased stress of the memory controller... Your NB is definitely overvolted considering your OC.
My stable set-up is below:
(I think the GTLVREF lanes set to +30 and the CPU FSB - 1.35V is the only reason I can overcloack at all)
EVGA nForce 790i - Q6700 @ 3.5GHz (idle 30 - 37 / Stress 54 -65)
2x2GB OCZ OCZ3P16004GK 1600 DDR3 @ 1400 7-7-7-20 2T (Tightened Timings @ 1400)
Linked at 1400 MHz P1&P2 Enabled
CPU Core at 1.487V
CPU FSB - 1.35V
Memory at 1.900V
All Other Voltages set to Auto
All GTLVREF lanes set to +30
EVGA GeForce 8800 GTX SLI
Edited by MasterKromm - 5/30/08 at 10:01am