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So I set my voltages based on what came up on AUTO.

So far I have been able to post at 3.7 but I didn't let it boot, as I'm sure it's unstable. 3.8 wouldn't even post, and 3.6 has been a bit shaky so... I'm going to give 3.6 a run and see what goes down. From what i'm seing so far, some people aren't making it much past 3.6 on air. If thats as high as I get, I won't be angry at all...

What temperature program do you use to measure your temps on your 680i? Coretemp seems to be reporting higher than my previous temperatures ... Maybe my HSF is mounted improperly, but realtemp gives me better temps, 10c lower than coretemp much safer and what I would expect from the 45nm upgrade...

So, thanks for your help so far.
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I use Realtemp and it's much more accurate than coretemp/speedfan/bios. All of those are at least 10C higher.

Real Temp:
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/....php?p=2809778

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So I set my voltages based on what came up on AUTO.

So far I have been able to post at 3.7 but I didn't let it boot, as I'm sure it's unstable. 3.8 wouldn't even post, and 3.6 has been a bit shaky so... I'm going to give 3.6 a run and see what goes down. From what i'm seing so far, some people aren't making it much past 3.6 on air. If thats as high as I get, I won't be angry at all...

What temperature program do you use to measure your temps on your 680i? Coretemp seems to be reporting higher than my previous temperatures ... Maybe my HSF is mounted improperly, but realtemp gives me better temps, 10c lower than coretemp much safer and what I would expect from the 45nm upgrade...

So, thanks for your help so far.
I think your board might be holding you back, actually I'm pretty sure it is or its your ram. I can boot at 1600mhz FSB at 3.8ghz with 1.23v and is stable. I just don't run it at 3.8ghz because I wouldn't see any improvement in games and such.
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Well, there is a good chance that you might be right, i've had this board for almost 2 years now so, it's definetly time for an upgrade. It's just so expensive! Anyways, The good news, is that I am almost stable at 3.6, I couldn't be happier. I am going to tinker with it for awhile and see what happens. If I have to run at 3.4 I am still experiencing an improvement.

750i, here we come ;p
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If you can set your CPU at the speed you want and then slower lower the vcore until it becomes unstable, mine runs 3.6Ghz at 1.15 volts and 3.8 at 1.168 and i can play crysis and its stable, i've tested by hours of crysis and converting 4 videos at once 100% CPU load.
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