Originally Posted by test tube
Yes. To hit 2.8Ghz-3.0Ghz you need 1.35v-1.45v it seems like. Not that I saw any real performance increase by making it higher.
You can go up to 1.45v I would say, though some people will crank it even higher.
I haven't needed to play with the NB voltage at all yet for stability, so I don't know.
hmm the thing is i already need about 1.35-1.4v CPU-NB (still testing) to be stable @3.8ghz with the NB @~2000mhz and each 100mhz on the cpu clock i need to raise the CPU-NB even further...
so lets say i want to get 4ghz stable i would probably need ~1.5v CPU-NB and that wont let much room for a NB clock increase since as far as i know i will need about 0.1V for a 200mhz increase:O
and according to this table (cant find the link anymore where it was tested)
a ~2500mhz NB clock would be the sweet spot which would need ~0.25V increase on the CPU-NB which would end up @ 1.75V and that seems way to much:O
maybe its all a bit buggy because of the beta bios which really messes up some things