Just keep in mind that not all the CPUs are identical. Even if it works for xaueious and me that doesn't mean it'll work for you. Test. Test. Test. Be sure it's stable before committing to it. Furthermore, make sure to test the system in normal usage as well as Prime95. That is, use it as you would with the power saving CPU frequency stepping enabled. Even if your voltages are stable at the three p-states individually doesn't mean it'll be stable when the system is actively switching between them. To be a bit more technical, there's a bit of voltage stabilization time whenever the CPU transitions where the voltages can fluctuate slightly below and above the specified voltage. This is sometimes sufficient to introduce slight instabilities that can't be caught by Prime95.