I have an unusual question for you. My situation is this, My phenom II 940 is overclocked to 3.8ghz by only raising the Vcore to 1.488 and multi to obtain this clock. I've found that my corsair ram (xms2 ddr2 800) will only clock a hair over 200fsb at 4-4-4-12. Ive also set the nb to 12x in bios - which sets the nb at 2400Mhz, however my bios has no way to set the nb voltage so 12x is the highest my bios will boot at. I've tried dropping the timings down to 5-5-5-15 in the bios and then overclocking the fsb to roughly 250fsb...which raises the nb right up to 2800Mhz+, my ram would now be at 1000mhz and cpu clock at 3.8Ghz. Both of these configurations yeild pretty much the same results. What I'd like to know is is there a way to use a program to PERMINANTLY set the NB volts - even at boot, so then from the bios I could raise the nb multi higher - 13-14x therefore i wouldnt have to drop my ram timings from 4-4-4-12 since i know amd prefers low n tight as versus high n loose (with regard to ram, not women Or - what would be the lowest cas 5 ram timings I could try coz i know that getting that nb up to 2.8Ghz+ performs really well - id just like to find a way to obtain this without compromising my ram timings. I'll attach a screen of my current AOD settings for your reference. any help or suggestions are much appreciated, cheers.