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Oh good you have the same board as me.
What BIOS revision you on? I can give you F8d if you like, works wonders.
I found out on this board, your better off running a higher FSB and a lower multi for stability issues.
So lets go really simple on this.
Try 250x16 = 4.0Ghz 1.475vcore iirc in the BIOS
Set RAM @ 8-8-8-24-1T @ 1666 MHz 1.65v.
HT Link Width = 16 bit
NB @ 1.3v
SB - Normal
CPU NB which is your IMC. Now your may require less or more voltage. So set the CPU NB Freq. to 2500MHz and try 1.375v for CPU NB Voltage
Also, run prime95 blend, or play some BC2, GTA IV too make sure your stable. Found out BC2 and GTA IV does the most CPU load game wise
EDIT: My 955 is kinda voltage crazy but scales well IMC which I'm happy about. 1.472vcore 4.0Ghz, 2750 IMC, 1.45v CPU NB.
Open up CPU-z and go to the main board tab, and go down to the BIOS section and see what revision it is.
It's not that many voltages. Intel boards and some other AMD boards have a lot more voltages to change, this board is very simple
I would touch the ram, I know that ram is Samsung IC's prob so running 8-8-8-24-1T @ 1.65v will be fine.
Just make sure your not over 62c for a good period of time. I only load @ 50c on my TRUE 120. Air cooling ftw