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Keep the voltages low. That's a board known to easily blow up with 125W processors.
Best put a small fan over the MOSFETs for the highest safety.
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Keep the voltages low. That's a board known to easily blow up with 125W processors.
Best put a small fan over the MOSFETs for the highest safety.
what the asus m4n98td-evo? and not to sound dumb but which mosfets are you implying to I prob. have a fan over them but I mite just call them something different, remember I am a Idiot lol
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Okay setting are same as before, 3.8GHZ on 1.35V (1.38 Auto). I put the NB up to 2600 with Auto voltage on the CPU-NB (auto on my MB is 1.1V). Must I up the voltages?

EDIT: Its stable with the 3.8GHZ (200x19 on auto voltage), but gives me random lags when I put NB to 2600.
Edited by frannyvox - 3/6/11 at 3:34am
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I'm getting a Asus M4A79t deluxe for my 965 C3.

is 1.38v on NB-CPU safe volt for the motherboard.

If I put vcore at 1.41v and NB-CPU 1.38v then overclock cpu to 200*20 and NB to 2800 should be stable?

is HT at 2000 good?
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Okay setting are same as before, 3.8GHZ on 1.35V (1.38 Auto). I put the NB up to 2600 with Auto voltage on the CPU-NB (auto on my MB is 1.1V). Must I up the voltages?

EDIT: Its stable with the 3.8GHZ (200x19 on auto voltage), but gives me random lags when I put NB to 2600.
Up cpu-nb voltages to around 1.35-1.40v.
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Keep the voltages low. That's a board known to easily blow up with 125W processors.
Best put a small fan over the MOSFETs for the highest safety.
Also DO NOT ignore this guys advise. He knows what hes talkin bout.
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I have SB750 would overclocking be similar on my system?
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Keep the voltages low. That's a board known to easily blow up with 125W processors.
Best put a small fan over the MOSFETs for the highest safety.
Then I am leaving everything as it is now. 3.8GHz on 1.38V stable, CPU-NB @ 2000. I don't want to screw around and blow the damn thing up. I just got it like 5 days ago. I read somewhere of a guy that blew his twice in a row when playing with the CPU-NB. In fact, I think it was here on this site.

Anyway, is the 3.8GHz a good enough OC? Leaving the NB on 2000? Will it grant me that 'lil edge in gaming? I can't try it out really, for I am only getting my GFX cards end of the month (2x ASUS HD6870 DirectCU).
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Keep the voltages low. That's a board known to easily blow up with 125W processors.
Best put a small fan over the MOSFETs for the highest safety.
I agree. On the same board, I'm running 1.36v at a 3.8 Ghz overclock. I *could* push it higher, but I don't want my computer setting on fire while I'm asleep...
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Then I am leaving everything as it is now. 3.8GHz on 1.38V stable, CPU-NB @ 2000. I don't want to screw around and blow the damn thing up. I just got it like 5 days ago. I read somewhere of a guy that blew his twice in a row when playing with the CPU-NB. In fact, I think it was here on this site.

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Lol, yeah, they do blow. Had it happen. No worse feelin to have your screen go blank. Then you hit reset, nothing, then you hold down power, nothing. Your screwed.
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