AMD 965BE Overclocking help

Build Spec:
MOBO: Asus M5A78L-M PLUS/USB3.0
RAM: DDR3 1600Mhz Crucial Ballistic Sport, 12Gb 3X4Gb
CPU: AMD Phenom II x4 965 BE 125W
Cooler: DeepCool Neptwin V2.0
PSU: Thermaltake TR2 500W
SSD: Crucial Mx300 525GB

Currently running a stable clock of 3.9Ghz. But my core voltage is kind of high during a Prime95 10 Hr stress test the voltage sat at 1.548V. My thermals look realy great only touching 54Deg C as a max. I Overclocked by upping the CPU multiplier, voltage, and LLC. The multiplier is set to 19.5x200. The voltage is set at 1.5325. LLC is basicaly shut off?? I belive set to the lowest % or one off. Is there something i can do to get my voltage down at this speed and still be stable? Is 1.548Core Voltage too high? I hear of people running 3.8Ghz at stock voltage 1.38 something Core Voltage.
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  1. I don't believe anybody can run 3.8 at that voltage. As long as your cooling is right over 1.5v is not a problem, at least it's not on my 965BE and GA-890 motherboard.
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