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Originally Posted by Crucial09 View Post
Do not use his method. He has proven this overclock is not stable at 4ghz.
Nobody can guarantee a method to get it stable at 4ghz because not every CPU will be capable of it. The method he suggested is a very logical one and it is the one that I used in my OC.

Set the max voltages you are happy to use 24/7 on CPU-NB (most important one), NB and SB. Then do bumps in the base clock but reduce memory below its recommended timings and keep HT link speed below 2000Mhz in BIOS.

After you have those at their maximum work on increasing the HT link speed and bumping up the CPU-HT voltage until it is stable.

This is a great way to find the max OC you are happy with 24/7.
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