Well I tested it with 222 FSB and about 2073 DRAM speed and it was fully stable.
1998 NB/HT (will not boot any higher)
But when I went to boot into windows for some benchmarks the bastard refused to POST.
I gave it more NB and CPUNB volts but still it refused.
It will boot with 200 FSB and 4500 CPU and 2000 HT/NB and 1866 DRAM.
I didn't have enough time to figure out what the problem was this morning.
The FSB OC is not stable most likely....or it could be the HT/NB as it was over 2400 (about 2450 I think).
I tried 2600 HT/NB again and it did POST then got HUNG on memtest after 10 seconds...I noticed it an hour later.I need to figure out the maximum HT/NB/FSB I can use.
My maximum FSB is 228...but I'm not sure what FSB is stable enough to use.
If I can POST with a FSB of 228 or lower...it will remain stable in memtest, 3dmark, etc.
But it won't always POST with a 200+ FSB.
CPUNB volts helped make my DRAM more stable by 1.2250 volts.
More CPUNB volts (up to 1.35) or NB volts (up to 1.20) does not seem to affect the stability one way or the other.
All those volts just sitting there...mocking me.
I left the PC off for the first day in a while now as its punishment.
I found this today DDR3 Memory Frequency Guide
It's an interesting read...in a totally useless kind of way.Edited by Cancer - 2/27/13 at 6:13pm