NB/SB voltage would be the voltage supplied to the Northbridge which typically handles communication from the PCI-E/AGP bus to the CPU as well as generates the base clock signal for the processor and the Southbridge which typically handles communication from lower speed IO devices, such as sata, pata, usb etc. At higher BCLK speeds providing more voltage can improve the system's stability if the limiting factor is the Northbridge's ability to stably generate the desired base clock signal.
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