I see you followed my recommendations. The GA-P35-xxxx Vdroop is quite a mess
when visualized graphically, thanks to SpeedFan's Charts. In this particular instance, I see 1.344 to 1.376, which is 32 millivolts; not good, but not despicable. If you're not comfortable performing the pencil mod, then it's OK to just live with it.
As I mentioned in your previous thread, each downward spike is a potential BSOD crash point. Consequently, sloppy Vcore regulation requires higher settings to maintain stability, while tight Vcore regulation allows lower settings, and thus, lower temperatures.
Also, since you're now running the memory at stock clock, you can probably dispense with the DDR +.3, and as the P35 northbridge chipset isn't at all stressed at 400 Mhz, you can also probably dispense with the FSB +.1.