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    I/O voltage in BIOS?

    in Softmenu on my KT7, what is the I/O voltage? it can be selected and changed just like the core voltage. Will this let me overclock more?

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    AMD T-bird 800@972(9X108)
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    I/O voltage is usually best left at default. In some rare instances, it can help stabilize an overclocked system by providing more voltage to the system/PCI/AGP cards and to the memory banks.

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