Hey guys, So with a lot of good advice from TPU'ers, I got my system back up after a mobo crash. Now time to OC (This is my first actual OC attempt on any system btw). System Specs in Signature - IC7 between TRUE & CPU I could use a little advice, as this is my first time OC'ing, although I think I did pretty well. After much research, 2hours, and multiple iterations of upping voltage, then fsb, then dropping voltage, I got the following to run stable on this last iteration with Prime95 no errors for 24min (and counting) : CPU Freq, 2.4MHz: overclocked to 3.6 GHZ (50% OC seems awesome to me) FSB (QDR), MHz: 1600 FSB - Memory Clock Mode: [linked] FSB - Memory Ratio: Sync mode Actual FSB (QDR), MHz: 1600 x MEM (DDR), MHz: 1600 Actual MEM (DDR), MHz: 1600 CPU Multiplier: [x 9] **System Voltages** WithoutVDroop CPU Core: [1.400] CPU FSB: [1.35] Memory: [1.9] Avg/Max Temps Under Load From Core Temp [Core0,Core1,Core2,Core3]: [67/72, 65/72, 57/59, 57/59] IDLE Temps: [45-50, 45-48, 37-45, 37-45] The TempDelta on those Cores of over 10C seems a little high to me... is this normal? How do these temps look overall? Also, with Prime95, as of current test, the cores are at very different progress levels [14 Tests , 7 Tests, 3 Tests, 20 Tests] -- This discrepancy seems odd as well, most especially that Core 3 is stuck on 3rd test for 20min. Just stopped tests and 0 errors, 0 warnings, but still odd. Thoughts? Advice from here using this setup? I'm thinking about the following: Decreasing voltage further to decrease temps, Increasing FSB to go faster, tightening timings on memory (I'm least familiar with this process). Anything else I should think about? Thx!