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    when to increase the vcore?

    as you can tell by my info, i am running a p4 2.0 and i am looking to add a little speed on... i don't want to increase the voltage too much but i was wondering how much i should increase the voltage per unit in MHz. i am just looking for some sort of ballpark figure on increasing the voltage. thanks.

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    there is no real rule of thumb as to the vcore bump vs frequency. Bump up the speed until it becomes unstable and bump up the vcore until stabil;ization is obtained. Repeat until you have the max you can get. And, as ALWAYS.................COOLING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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