* I still had to manually change the cycle time to 2T (BIOS defaults to 3T for some reason)
At 3.8GHz my system runs stable, but of course a little hotter. Here are the voltages I used:
All other settings are the same as the ones I used in the 3.2GHz overclock (above).
1 Prime95 and IntelBurnTest are torture test applications. At first I only used Prime95, but upon discovering IntelBurnTest I've been using it more because its tests are a lot faster (it also appears to be better at testing RAM). You can't go wrong here: use one, use the other, or use both!
2 You don't need RealTemp if you're using CoreTemp--the two programs have minor differences, though I think RealTemp is the nicer looking of the pair.