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Is this normal?

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I just setup my new pc system with my old 2.8E and an asus P4P800-E Deluxe mobo. I set the auto-o/c protocal to 20% and got to 3.4 or so. then i upped the fsb another 10mhz to make it an even 1000mhz.

So now i'm noticing the cpu voltage jumping a bit...anywhere from 1.42-1.50*but not over that*. normally it sticks around 1.48 to 1.50.

Is that jumping normal?

Edit: my terrible spelling....
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damaged 250gb sata :( Samsung Litescribe CD/DVD-RW Windows XP Pro SP3 Dell 2007WFP 
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Usually it can fluctuate ~.02 over or below what you have it set in the bios. If you see it jumping more than that it could be your psu not being able to keep the voltage stable.
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