System overclocked voltage

hi guyz
i just reach 3.83ghz with my q9550
7 hours and 20 minutes prime stable
with acceptable temps
full load 59-58-56-59
idle low 30s
but i'm alittle bit scared with the voltages
here

vcore 1.3625(i'm fine with this i think)
CPU PLL<--(lil worried with it) 1.60
FSB TERMINATION 1.40
NB VOLTAGE 1.42<---(can't get stable lower than that)
sb voltage 1.20
dram voltage 1.52

should i let it run with these voltages withoutany worries to burn something?
or should i lowwer a lil bit?

system specs
asus p5q3
intel q9550
corsair ddr3 1333mhz (running at 1356 with clock timings 8-7-7-15)
xfx 4890 xxx
600w psu

experts
talk
to
me


THANKZZZZZZZZZZ
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  1. You should not exceed 10% voltage increase for longevity.
    The specs of your processor:

    http://processorfinder.intel.com/List.aspx?ParentRadio=All&ProcFam=0&SearchKey=q9550
  2. 1.3625 volts for the CPU core is right at Intel's recommended max voltage.

    I'd drop the PLL voltage a little and adjust the CPU frequency downward to compensate for it.
  3. jsc said:
    1.3625 volts for the CPU core is right at Intel's recommended max voltage.

    I'd drop the PLL voltage a little and adjust the CPU frequency downward to compensate for it.



    i adjust it from 451 to 448?
    i am running now 50 runs of ibt
    with cpu pll at 1.56
    nb at 1.40
    vcore 1.3500

    then prime it the whole nyt.

    if its not stable i'd up the core and nb?

    is that good?
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