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Xeon 5670 4.2ghz settings - ready for long-term stability checks?

Hey all,

Just overclocked my Xeon 5670 to 4.2Ghz.

It has passed Cinebench every time but just now after turning on the PC for the first time today, Cinebench crashed - I ran it again and it was fine.
However, to be safe I've gone into BIOS and upped the CPU voltage one increment now to 1.28750.

It passed Intel burn test standard 50 passes and 1/2 hour Prime 95 custom min and max FFT 1344, run FFTs in place at 15 mins

I want to check long-term stability now. Below are my settings - would appreciate it if you could have a look and see if I could improve anything before I do some overnight tests.

Thanks
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