You leave the vcore on auto to check if can be stable without change the voltage, you can try it but if it's not stable you need rise the vcore voltage a little for get it stable.
Makes sense. I will leave it on auto since I installed an aftermarket CPU fan (CM Hyper N520).
Will let you guys know how it went.
ok, let me know the results
Ack one more question.
Should I enter the standard values for the following instead of leaving them on AUTO?
CPU PLL Voltage FSB Termination Voltage DRAM Voltage NB Voltage SB Voltage Colck Over-Charging Voltage
I understand about the CPU Voltage but wouldn't it be dangerous if by leaving let's say DRAM Voltage on AUTO it would automatically bump its voltage so high that it would damage my memory?
For the voltages you list, Auto will simply select factory default values. Other settings will not cause them to change. You can make small adjustments to improve stability, but you should know what you are doing when you do change them.
I sorta have 2 threads running on this (main thread is called: My E8400 overclocking project).
Think you could transfer the posts in here over to that thread? If not, maybe just delete this one as I'll continue in the other one.
p.s. I launched Prime95 (blend test) *crossing fingers*