I have an AMD Phenom II X3 710 2.6 processor that I've had for nearly 1 and a half years. Recently I discovered thanks to a new motherboard that a fourth core has been hiding and has now been unlocked. The processor now reports its self as a Phenom II X4 10 processor and I've overclocked it to 3.65Ghz @ 1.54v stable for the past 3 months, a whoping 1ghz overclock! That may not be much for some but I think its good. Temps don't go over 48c and I'm going underwater soon. What I wanted to know is what would be fine max 24/7 voltages? to get the current clocks the fsb is set at email@example.com and I want to get the FSB to around 300. 280 was what I got to one day but I got comfortable at 280 and now I've got this new thing of pushing things as far as possible, and I think this baby has mor powa to give! Also at 280 I've had to reduce the RAM/CPU ratio which puts the RAM @1500 instead of 1600(Not that thats a problem! Apparently anything over 1333 is an overclock). IF my maths teacher tought me right pushing it to 300 will give me a 3900Mhz clock and 1600Mhz ram! So what do you think, do you have an overclock over 1.55v?