Originally Posted by KingUniverse
How are you checking your CPU-NB voltage? My NB Core is an offset (+0.200V) and my NB Voltage is at 1.2V
I know the two are different (one being inside the CPU) but how would I check my CPU-NB (NB Core) voltage, which is what you're talking about, correct? I haven't pushed voltages much higher than this because of what I've read is "safe", but with this system on it's way out, I may just push things as far as I can in the meantime.
CPU/NB voltage is for the integrated memory controller (IMC) and is useful for the aid in Memory overclocking and stability.
NB @ 1.2v is the NB v-core.
You can safely run CPU/NB (IMC) at 1.45v (will increase cpu temps)
NB v-core (Chipset) to 1.30-1.35v - should be actively cooled.
HT - 1.3v is fine 3Ghz
Cpu v-core - Varies due to temp mostly.
Memory - also depends on demands.