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IOH and ICH when overclocking

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Hi again. I've tried to search the web with no luck so maybe somehere knows.
When overclocking the CPU, is it also recommended to increase the voltage for IOH and ICH?
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You should tell us what CPU you have and what MB you have. All CPU family's overclock differently.

I have had an i7 950 and now have a i7 980X. On both I have set my IOH and ICH to 1.20V's. On the 980X/R3E I left the IOH PCIE and ICH PCIE on auto, I did not have access to these voltages with the 950/P6T Deluxe v2.
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