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    can high vdd cause unstableness?

    Hey if i wanna run 200fsb, should i have the vdd stock, or at 1.8? Could 1.8 cause it to be unstable? and also, could a high vcore cause unstableness too?

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    No high voltages do not cause instability with sufficient cooling. Too much heat does cause instability.

    You want the voltages as low as possible while still being high enough to keep the hardware stable.
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    weird

    Hmm cause i was at 1.8vdd and it was unstable, and now with it at stock it seems more stable, oh yea i have a chipset fan cooling the chipset heatsink too.

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