Hello everyone! I have been off work due to illness, giving me lots of time to try and overclock my new system! It's been an interesting experience, I think my motherboard is a bit quirky! Here are my specs: AMD Athlon64 4000 CPU (San Diego core) Gigabyte K8N Pro-Sli Motherboard G.Skill 1GB DDR LA PC4800 (2x512MB) Dual Channel Kit akasa 460W PSU I think that's all you need to know hardware wise. Let me quickly tell you a few things before the screenshots. In order to achieve the current stable overclock, I had to reduce my HT multipier to X2. Anything else above caused boot problems and BSOD's. I am using a divider to keep the memory at DDR400 standard, so I can run the tightest timings possible (including T1 CMD). Although no program reports my CMD setting as T1, I have forced the setting to T1 in the BIOS. Memory benchmarks taken before and after would suggest T1 is set, as SiSoftSandra reported quite a boost... VCore has also been increased to 1.55v. Well, here goes... CPU Info: Memory Info: If you look at the picture above, CPU-Z reports my memory to be operating at a frequency of 190.3. The bios however reports the memory to be operating at exactly 400. Therefore: 190.3 x 2 = 380.6 Close enough I guess, but is this normal? Does CPU-Z report the frequency more accurately? Or could it be the divider? Any further information on this would be greatly appreciated Anyway, I digress. Back to the screenshots... see next post.