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Old 17th December, 2006, 06:48 PM
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More voltage = more heat, voltage mean potential.

SO if you increase your voltage to correct for the fact that electrons are not getting to their destination fast enough, this would increase the "Stability" of an overclock.
This will also mean more heat, and thus only increase the voltage if you need to.
Be warned: TOO high of a voltage will melt things (thus you see the references to the magic blue smoke).

^It's all just a fact of life^

Yeah in short it will give it the possibility to clock higher, with more stability.
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