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should i up my nb and sb volts? im running 3.7 on a q6600 stable with 1.47 and is there any reason to up these volts? never knew what the benefits are if i up .01 volts.
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feel free
i am using p35 platinum msi >
when i raise fsb to 317 it automaticaly push nb to 1.450
and sb i/o to 1.8
that's because the high quality heat pipe
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depends on you temp's too ...
if it stable why to increase it ?
Edited by a7m1 - 5/14/08 at 8:21pm
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should i up my nb and sb volts? im running 3.7 on a q6600 stable with 1.47 and is there any reason to up these volts? never knew what the benefits are if i up .01 volts.
If it works, don't increase the voltages. Only if you are having stability issues should you up the voltage.

Also, you shouldn't have to up your SB voltagae from stock anyways.
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you should be ok at around 1.65v on the NB and the SB as well, provided you have adequate cooling. just point an 80mm fan at the NB heatsihnk and that should be enough.
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Originally Posted by alexgheseger View Post
If it works, don't increase the voltages. Only if you are having stability issues should you up the voltage.

Also, you shouldn't have to up your SB voltagae from stock anyways.
i think sb i\\o must be upped during oc it's help stability
correct me if i am wrong ..
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i have these installed on my nb and sb....

http://www.petrastechshop.com/thhrhrislich.html

i'll just up it +.02 volts just to be safe. these after market heatsink should keep them cool
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