Originally Posted by cabbspapp
It doesn't make it unstable if you raise voltages enough to make it stable.
okay then, a couple questions...
I raised my voltages from 3.4 (default) for my sdram to 3.6 and my core from 1.75 (default) to 1.85, I also changed my timings from 3-3-3-6 to 2-3-3-7 (I know, I know, my computer sucks, that's why I'm trying to OC it)...
I am finally the most stable I've ever been at 1.953ghz (stock 1.5 pentium4 willamette) with a cpu temp at 42* and my mobo at 28* (usually it freezes up within 10 to 15 minutes when I have my fsb over 127, it's 130 right now)...
this is the first time I've raised my voltages in the process of overclocking, is that why it's (130) working...? and how can I find out what the max voltages are before I fry my system...?
and since all my ram is pc-133, theoretically, shouldn't I be able to get up to 133 fsb...?