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I have the CPU already more or less stable at 4.1Ghz and 3000 in NB.
But I have a problem ... and not get to spend the linx to 1.50v.
A 4.3 Ghz 1.48 v linx pass, but fails to be unstable, it is clear that for lack of vcore
I put of 1.50V to 1.55V and does not pass linx nor, indeed, the pc immediately restarts
That that happens? have any limitation of voltage?
Because I can not go from 1.50v+?

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Phenom IIs are more stable if they are cooler.
Perhaps more voltage is not the answer.
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Phenom IIs are more stable if they are cooler.
Perhaps more voltage is not the answer.
Temperature is not the problem, the CPU is pretty well cooled.
    
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Maybe more CPU/NB voltage.
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Maybe more CPU/NB voltage.
The recommended voltage for the CPU/NB, to use 24/7? 1.45v is too much?
    
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1.45V is approaching the limits; you will be fine with it but I would watch out if going higher (i.e. 1.55V max CPU-NB); remember, the CPU-NB voltage controls the integrated memory controller which raises CPU temperatures.
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So max CPU-nb voltage is the same as vcore 1.55v?
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I have the CPU already more or less stable at 4.1Ghz and 3000 in NB.
But I have a problem ... and not get to spend the linx to 1.50v.
A 4.3 Ghz 1.48 v linx pass, but fails to be unstable, it is clear that for lack of vcore
I put of 1.50V to 1.55V and does not pass linx nor, indeed, the pc immediately restarts
That that happens? have any limitation of voltage?
Because I can not go from 1.50v+?

Thanks
What is your setting for 4.1ghz stable and volt for the rest??
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