Originally Posted by xd_1771
Looks okay, but definitely do not ever use auto overclock. More likely than not it 1. screws things up 2. use more voltage than needed/not as optimal
Manufacturer recommends 62 max; optimally you should be below 55 for stability, though this is not entirely necessary.
Since I am new to overclocking I found it very easy to use the auto-overclock feature. It allows you to increment overclocking in small steps and gives you a chance to review all details of the setting "package". I just haven't found a good, detailed, noob tutorial that explains how to overclock!
You're probly right about too much voltage. Righ now I am at 1.4V and that can probly be lowered BUT I am not sure how much (kind of hate to push it till it is unstable).
Also, wodering how much benefit in reality will I see if I go to 4 GHz? For gaming, web development and regular browsing/office I don't think there will be a real difference. Yes? No?