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help! can the cpu volts go higher? ocing cpu

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    well im at 1.344 v, 3675ghz, 1050fsb, 262.5 bus and on the CPU Database its says 1.425 v so can i move up the vots and the fsb up ? well i also need help on the mem i dont know how to miss with it cuz i need to set them both to make it stable right so can somone help ?
     
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    so does anyone know dont wanna kill anything
     
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    use a 166 memory divider, and dont go beyond 1.4v vcore for now.
     
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    whats a 166 memory divider? where do i do that at?
     
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    http://www.techpowerup.com/articles/overclocking/AMD/138

    read that...the chart is invaluable.
    Make sure you lock your pci bus at 100mhz...dont want to cook a video card or sound card.

    as for cpu voltage...I have no clue P4 520 max safe voltage on air? (if its the cpu in ur specs)
     
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    yea its on the system specs.:toast: for the info on the pci bus lock
     
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    ddr2 dividers are different (i think). I would guess that @ 5:4 ddr2 would be at 800.
     

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