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I know HOW to increase the voltage, I was just asking what symptoms occured to suggest increasing voltage. For example, I now have mine at 2.5ghz, and it runs exactly like it did when I had it a 2.4, but it WILL NOT run Prime for more than 5 seconds. (it wouldn't run Prime on 2.4 either) I can't figure why. The RAM is running at 208mhz. I have changed the timings, messed with the voltage and there is no change.

The only OC that I have been able to run Prime on was at 2.25ghz with the Ram 1:1......been confused for a while about this
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woah! My cpu gets unstable at 1.45v! How the hell do you manage 1.62v?

EDIT: Holy mother of someone! Your -12V rail is at 9.32V????
woah erm...i really dont know anything when it comes to these rails and what not....my -12v is at 9.32v?...is that a good thing?....bad thing?...unusual thing or ...WHAT SORT OF THING IS IT .....youve got me worried now
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woah! My cpu gets unstable at 1.45v! How the hell do you manage 1.62v?

EDIT: Holy mother of someone! Your -12V rail is at 9.32V????
CPU-z commonly reports the -12v and -5v wrong. For example on my rig, it reports -12v as -5.73v and my -5v as +3.21. Now we all know that if that really was the case, I'd have some major issues. Only way to get good -12v and -5v readings are in the BIOS.
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im at 1.68 on my 3000+ 20-21C (71F) air always
lapped to the copper tho
    
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I know my rig aint what's being posted about here but the subject is the same...

how safe would you rate this config??? (stock cooling)

this was taken this morning after running the test o/night. cpu temp gets a few drgrees hotter during the day.....max 48C

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