Ste, I've read the Intel Overclock threat but when I did I was looking for other p5n32 boards to compare voltages. I'm reading it again now to get a 'general' idea of what voltages work. It may help me to get that 1500 stable.
Originally Posted by Ste
If you can POST and boot into windows at 3.37 Ghz, then it may just be a matter of playing with the voltages.
That's extremely encouraging to know and it gives me a solid starting place. I can set the fsb and work everything else around it to try and get it stable. Thanks.