Hey guys. I've had this Phenom x3 for quite some time, but lately I've had some spare time and I've been trying to push it harder. I can get this thing to near 3.2Ghz with 1.5V and be stable, but I can't go any further. For the life of me, I cannot get this thing to post past a reference clock of 276mhz! I've tried knocking down all multipliers, upping chipset voltage to 1.5V, even increasing HTT/HTR voltage (wtf good is HTR voltage increasing?). Looking around online, it seems that most people cannot seem to get above the 270mhz on the bus, no matter what AM2+ board or Phenom. I think this may actually have something to do with Phenom because I know this board is capable of more. When I had my K8 4000+ in here, I had that thing up at ~310mhz with 1.3V on the chipset. With Phenom, I'm limited? Anyone else here come across this? Also, those of you getting the Phenom II, I'm curious to see if this has the same limit. Could those of you who aren't pansies that just up the CPU multiplier on their fancy-schmancy black editions nutkick: J/K of course), see if you come up with some similar behavior? Oh, and BTW, I'd like to show off some of the fruit of my labor so far. Check out these RAM timings at 2.1V! Yeah, they look like the timings of my old DDR1 RAM! I've found a huge reason why I couldn't get better RAM overclocks had to do with not pouring additional voltage into the NB Memory Controller as opposed to the VDIMM. I almost had FOUR PC26400 modules stable at PC28500-6-6-6-18-2T with an extra .125V on the Northbridge.