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ok, even at 1.50 CPU/NP volts still getting immediate failures @ 1333
    
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That sucks

Oh well I would work on increasing your FSB some. While you're increasing your FSB, make sure you change your HT Link and NB multipliers. Keep the HT Link as close to 2000mhz as you can and keep the NB frequency around 2000mhz-2200mhz. Drop your RAM multi so it stays close to 1066mhz as well.
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I have it now stable @ 3.5Ghz at 26c
    
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Yes it's the same concept in this scenario. Officially, AMD processors only support DDR2 1066mhz or DDR3 1333mhz when using two sticks. If populating 4 slots, DDR2 800mhz or DDR3 1066mhz is officially supported. Usually on AM3 the CPU-NB voltage can be increased and it may be possible to run 1333mhz, especially if it is the C3 stepping CPU with the improved memory controller. However, personally I had an x2 7750 (based on Phenom I architecture with 2 cores locked) and I couldn't get 4 sticks of 1066mhz stable no matter what I did. I had to back down to 800mhz.
DDR3-1333Mhz is supported on 4 DIMMs with C3 and E0 revision CPUs.
Of course, this is official rating, in actuality you can go much further than this. Might've been a weak multiplier holding you back at stock; I'm surprised you're actually able to run it well overclocked, most generic RAM (1333 CL9) tends to hold back overclocks quite a bit.
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I would really push for 1333mhz. DDR3 1066mhz is just so slowwwwwwwww. The "safe" CPU-NB voltage is considered the same as the "safe" CPU voltage. Most people will tell you around 1.55v or even higher. Phenom II can really take the voltage and I don't think you will need close to 1.55v for getting 1333mhz in all four banks. Why don't you start out around 1.35v and work your way up. It's really not going to degrade the chip or anything.
Ive got my rig up to 3.72 ghz with Vcore at 1.4375. And just keep in mind that as you increase your FSB while playing with your multiplier making sure not to go over you memory's specified frequency.
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