Hi all, Well, my Mobo fried last week when my PSU erupted (details in specs) and for the first time in ages my new Mobo (Epox 939 NF4 Ultra)when it arrives later this week will have some decent VDimm options, my old Asrock only had a max of 2.7V without the VDimm mod which TBH I never fancied. The Epox will give me up to 3.1V VDimm. I have a matched pair of Kingston HyperX PC3700 @ DDR467 that at stock run @ 2.6V. Working on the theory that extra voltage can/will give some extra room for overclocking (timings also a consideration of course). They acheive 460Mhz @ 2.5-3-3-7-1T on 2.7V, any faster on these timings and I have to either loosten or drop to 2T. My question is, realistically how far voltage wise can these be pushed with the current aluminium heatspreaders and perhaps a 80MM fan blowing directly on them, I appreciate that each manufacturer/spec will have different threasholds so to be safe what do people think the highest I should go? Lastly, I more or less know how the differences in timings affect overall performance but am not clear on the size of the differences between 1T and 2T, for example would it be better to have memory running at say 470Mhz 3-3-3-8@1T than say 485Mhz 3-3-3-8@2T?? any advice would be appreciated.