Any time I have tried a mild overclock, I have simply disabled all of the energy saving features in the Bios. I would greatly appreciate it if someone could take the time to answer a couple of questions, as I prefer not to experiment without prior knowledge. I have scourged various forums but I have failed to find straight answers to ther following: a) To enable EIST, I must have Vcore on "auto" in the Bios. Is this correct? b) Vcore on auto will dynamically adjust voltage according to the demands placed on the system, in other words, it is not a fixed quantity. Is this correct? c) I cannot enable the 21 multiplier if EIST is disabled. Is this correct? In the event that the statements above are correct: d) Overclocked to 3.20, should I worry about powers saving, would it have much of an impact? e) How high can I expect the Vcore on auto to jump when the system is stressed? f) With a BCLK of 160, if I enabled Turbo, the multiplier of 21 would raise an overclock of 3.20 to 3.36 on a single core, is this correct? Thank you in advance.