Originally Posted by Darknova
I know of some people who used programs in Windows to get a higher overclock than they could through the BIOS because it wouldn't POST, that's not stable.
I have to partially agree with Darknova.
This thread is meant for 24/7 stable OC where you can completely turn off your PC and restart it with the same OC.
But with the windows OCing utilities, I'd have to say the one I've used ABIT uGURU is stable.
ABIT uGURU sets the clocks back to BIOS settings once you shutdown the PC prbably as a safe guard so the system will post.
I only OC from BIOS personally, just so the OC is always there.