The titles says it all. Is there a way?
I have tried so hard to overclock my CPU to 3GHz and beyond, but failed many times until I put the FSB, ICH, PCI-E (I have set CPU to 1.3V, NB to 1.55, RAM to 1.9V manually) to AUTO.
But from my experience the AUTO setting sets a very high voltage on the CPU: like 1.5V for my current overclock.
Is there anyway to find out what the correct values now set are?
BTW, should the ICH and PCI-E voltages have to be increased to make an overclock stable? I'm at 425x7 at the moment. SuperPI Blend Test stable for almost 3 hours and still running. SmallFFT was stable for 4hours+ (yes, I know it is not enough, but the CPU isn't the culprit from what I have seen so far)
Also, I'm running 4x1GB Kingston ValueRAM 667 at 850MHz. Two of them have Hynix chips; other two have I don't know what! But they are identical pair wise. And they are stable at 858Mhz pair wise. But I have been getting errors in Blend Test. Maybe the mobo doesn't like the 4 slots filled? Maybe because they are not 100% identical? (When I installed same type in DIMM1 & 2 and DIMM3 & 4 - i.e. different types in each channel, it mobo can't find my HDDs....and combinations other than the current one make Blend test fail within a minute)