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    Default Re: Overclocking Adventure!

    I actually meant to say PLL was 1.5v and VTT was 1.4v.

    I keep getting errors with P95 at 3.6, but so far I haven't have the PC freeze up on me. I'm going to wait and see how long I can go without freezing at 3.6.

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    Default Re: Overclocking Adventure!

    It might not ever freeze but give you other nasties, so try to get it stable. For now leave PLL and VTT where they are and give it a bit more Vcore.
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    How high can I set the vcore in the BIOS and still be safe?

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    Default Re: Overclocking Adventure!

    Quote Originally Posted by themattman View Post
    How high can I set the vcore in the BIOS and still be safe?
    That depends on your CPU, Cooler, and Temps. And of course the actual voltage you are getting, shown in CPU-z. 1.45-1.5 actual depending on temps would be safe

    I Agree w/ Th3_uN1Qu3 1.4-1.5 Vtt is not needed at all, 1.35 or so should take you to 533+ FSB and you are not even close. For 450-500 FSB I would suggest 1.3-1.35 Vtt

    And PLL Manually set to 1.5-1.58, no more

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    Default Re: Overclocking Adventure!

    Just for some general information, I have:

    Intel Q9450
    Thermalright Ultra Extreme 120 lapped
    Antec 900 Case

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