ive overclocked my q6600 to 3.0 on my 680i LT motherboard (im running a zalman cnps9900 on the cpu). all the cpu core temperatures are fine (40 degrees) except my friend told me that the SPP/MCP readings from everest (which are the front/south side bus temperatures) are too high at 65 degrees.
he said if i run it too long it will kill my motherboard. im not sure if this is true or are these normal fsb temps that people get with the 680i boards.
thanks in advance for the help.