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Asus M488TD-M Evo Voltages

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Hi

I've been OCing my rig for a week or so. Since I am a little new to OCing, I kept things like Voltages on Auto in the BIOS, but after reading through the forums the voltages my mobo sets seems a little high, I would appreciate any help/pointers.

The system is stable after 12 hours p95

CPU: 4.2GHz (21*200) @ 1.471V
CPU/NB: 2800MHz @ 1.446V <- This seems very high, so I set it to 1.3V and it seems stable.
HT V: 1.2V
NB V: 1.25V

the RAM seems fine (7-7-7-22 @ 1333 1.545V)

Thanks
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Good results so far. Is the CPU unlocked? You may want to add some mosfet heatsinks to support such an unlocked CPU due to the 4+1 power phase, 4 cores @ 125W TDP stock, voltage above 1.45 and speed above 4Ghz to be the most safe. We don't want another blow up situation like the recent MSI NF980-G65 one.
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Thanks I had it unlocked for a while, but disabled it to achieve a higher clock. So atm it's a dual core. What would the safe CPU/NB voltage range be in this case? I've never seen anyones CPU/NB higher than 1.3?

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