your base vcore is equal to your VID, which is 1.1V i believe if that screenie was right... your base MCH voltage is also 1.1V, and the JEDEC standard for DDR2 RAM is 1.8V
so you should try your vcore at +0.225 and the MCH should always be +0.1-0.2V to keep the FSB and RAM stable
Run a few loops of Intel Burn Test every time you change the voltage (like when you get to the OC you want and you're finding the best voltage for it) and make sure the temps dont go much above 70
Originally Posted by Hussein19891
Hiding in your hole from your own shadow until spring?
lol! yeah... least i'll have time to find a better avvy by then! lol