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How to overclock CPU using only FSB?

According to my BIOS the CPU temperature and the system temperature are 16°C and 18°C respectively for Idle on stock air cooling. (It used to be 40°C and 48°C when I kept my computer inside a case. ...
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CPU Voltage: different values in BIOS and OS

I manually set CPU voltage to 1.1000 V in BIOS (Advanced Screen > CPU Configuration > Multiplier/Voltage Change > CPU Voltage). After reboot I see in BIOS (Vcore in H/W Monitor screen) that it is ...
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probe processor voltage in linux

I am in a redhat server I've tried to use lm-sensors to detect my processor's voltage, just like CPU-Z in windows environment. But after I using the command "sensor-detect", only processor's ...
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Overclocking AMD Sempron +2400

Basically, I wanna ask is there a safe way to overclock the mentioned processor to 2.0Ghz (Stock - 1.67Ghz, Single core). Now it's running @ 1.8Ghz and 1.5something V, as I run it @ 2.0Ghz it becomes ...
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CPUs: more transistors, less voltage?

I have read in an article that newer CPU cores have narrower circuit tracks so more transistors can fit in the core. The author wrote that since there are more transistors, the voltage is reduced. ...
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Is it better to use an offset or manually set CPU voltage (with respect to CPU longevitity)?

The Background: I recently built a new computer, and I'm working with the ASUS P8Z68-V Pro motherboard and Intel i7 2600k processor. While this question does not pertain specifically to my hardware, ...
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Windows 7 power management — vCore goes from 0.9V to ~1.30V

I have a brand new computer (built yesterday) with an AMD Phenom II X4 965 on an ASUS M4A89GTD Pro motherboard. Today I noticed heavy vCore fluctuations: between 0.90V (idle) and ~1.30V (load). CPU-Z ...