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I just tried my forst oc using a 3 step guide i found.
my voltages available for adjustment are

cpu core
IMC
CPU PLL
CPU PCH

i tried to adjust the IMC to 1.2v, but it became yellow, and i got scared, so i left it at 1.15. windows owuldnt boot so i panicked, and put it back to the 133 bclk defaults with
Cpu core= 1.10
imc=1.11
CPU pll 1.8
cpu pch auto

i cant find cpu vtt. is it the imc? why did it turn yellow when i set it to 1.2v?
 

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I would research this awhile rather then jumping into trying to OC without a good grasp of what everything does.
Try to find others with your same mobo and see what they are set at too, and use your own judgment.

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I was actually researching for one month. I jsut got scared when I saw the imc voltage turn yellow


i know that the imc and dram have to be within .5v, no passing 85C (well max for me) during stress test). Use prime for stablity (all three @ diff times,etc)
 

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What program are you using to read voltages? If its the one that came with the MB the ranges are most likely adjustable and you are at the top of the stock settings.
 
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