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Ok for some reason I am stuck at 3.7Ghz. I have no clue what to do to get it higher then that. If you look at my sig I have plenty of cooling and currently my voltages are set at:

Vcore: 1.5
FSB: 1.3 (I have had it at 1.5 for higher speeds)
Ram: 2.1(Ram is in unsynced mode)
nForce SPP: 1.5

If anyone has any suggestions at all I would appreciate it. Thanks to everyone that replies. Oh, and I have also done the pencile mod for the Vdroop problem on these boards.
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C2D E6850@3.8GHZ@1900FSB 475x8 1.50 Vcore eVGA 680i SLI A1 x2 Evga 8800GTX 630/2100 2GB OCZ Platinum PC8500 1066@1066 
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2x 150 Raptor 10,000RPM Samsung x20 DVDRW+/- Sata Vista Ultimate 32bit Westinghouse 22" LCM-22w3 
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2x 150 Raptor 10,000RPM Samsung x20 DVDRW+/- Sata Vista Ultimate 32bit Westinghouse 22" LCM-22w3 
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3.7 is pretty good.. It is possible that your chip is tapped out. Did you try loosening your timings?
    
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