more info: im 10+ hours prim95 stable right now
3.55ghz = FSB 418 * 8.5 multiplier
if i raise FSB to 419 computer will not boot (which is a known wall for P43 chipsets)
all my voltages are fine and within safe limits expect the MCH which is 1.4v, is it very high?
btw if i decrease MCH voltage to 1.3v the system will not be stable( it will give me errors within the first 30mins in prime95 large ftt test)
Your temps are fine.They are actually really good.Most NB's have a max temp of around 100c.Some are lower maybe 80c but your temps are nowhere near either.
Just make sure you don't overvolt the NB it's very sensitive.Try to keep it under 1.3v.
phew, im really happy to know that, but regarding voltage i cant get it lower as m system will be unstable, and at 1.3v the max stable overclock o can get would be around 3.1ghz which is an acceptable as im 3.55ghz now
O.C.ing is totally at the user's risk.You know what could happen,i'm not saying you can't i'm just saying it's ill advised.You can go as high as you want as long as your temps don't hit max.Just keep an eye on your NB temps,but if your NB temps are maxing out at 53c currently then it looks like you can push it quite a bit more.
As long as your temps are below the max then you can increase the voltage and obatin as high an O.C. as your temps will permit.The problem with that is the more you increase the voltage the more you take the componet out of it's designed stability which will decrease it's lifespane.From my understanding the more voltage thats increased the shorter the lifespane will be.