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When I first OC'ed my e4300, I first read the available guides on this forum (helps with selecting voltages etc...) and then just went straight for 3 Ghz. I left my RAM linked at 1:1 and set my FSB at 333 Mhz. You'll need to bump your Vcore up a bit and your NB voltage too. You RAM voltage should be fine since you'll be running it at 667 Mhz. I'm not sure of the voltages I used, it's been a while since I've used my e4300 & my ASUS board. Sorry to be vague.

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I think I'll do that, but is there a way to check my current NBCore?
I can't read it out in my BIOS, because it's set to auto.
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I think the ASUS temp monitor utility (the one that came with your board) tells you.
Go to the Intel motherboard section of this forum and do a search for your board. Folks on here create a *your board* thread and it often is very lengthy and very informative. The P5Ne and DFI DK threads are very large and have tons of info in them.

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PS, Now that I think about it, I know 266 Mhz (FSB, total 2.4 Ghz) worked pretty well too. Start with that if you don;t want to go all the way to 3.0 on your next attempt.
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