So I've got good and bad news.
Good is that my OC passed a 40 extreme IBT.
BIOS = F13
CPU BLCK = 100 MHz (would this be better to lower and raise the Clock more?)
CPU Clock = 38
CPU Voltage = 1.145 (in BIOS), but it was running at 1.07 during IBT
CPU PLL = 1.8/auto
DRAM Multiplier = 20
DRAM Frequency = 2000 Mhz
DRAM Voltage = 1.644 V
Turbo mode = disabled (any reason to enable?)
Thermal Monitoring = disabled
C1E, C3/C6, & EIST = enabled (can I change the voltage lower and will it still downclock on idle if these are still enabled?)
Bad is I had to do multiple reformats before because of BSOD (not related to OCing). Basically I did a clean install for all my new parts and got everything done. Forgot I hadn't undated my BIOS to the F14 from F13, because it wouldn't let me install it from the desktop like my old gigabyte board (still trying to figure this out, but Gigabyte is taking their sweet time). I had ended up updating with @BIOS (as I've done it before on my old board) and on the restart it would BSOD in the middle of the windows start up screen with the flying icons. Tried to clear the CMOS and reformat, but the BIOS F14 stuck. Went through it all again and got everything installed. Went to clone my SSD and it BSOD on the same exact spot after the cloning finished (using WD Acronis Tru Image). Downloaded from the gigabyte site the F13 and someone told me to Q-flash it to F13 from a usb. Did this at the beginning after a fresh reformat and it BSOD again. Reformated and now I'm here and it got through the cloning.
But my weird problem is now it doesn't show the UFEI (whatever it is) as a boot option. Just my SSD and optical drives. Before it would just a UFEI for both along with the non-UFEI.
So if anyone has any ideas on what else I need to do to make this more stable I'll appreciate it. Also about the BIOS updating that would be great. Thanks!!!Edited by FSBWildcat - 8/7/12 at 11:24am