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Here are two pics to show what is going on. CPU-Z and HW images (Click to show)

I am trying to figure out this HT Link as I have heard that trying to keep this around 2000Mhz is the way to go.
System seems to still run fine and as you can see from the temps, I am good to go even higher. I loaded up Borderlands 2 for a while and the highest the temp would go is 36C.
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http://www.overclock.net/t/555061/guide-am3-cpus-which-ram-speed-is-faster-and-which-cpu-nb-clock-is-best
http://www.overclock.net/t/1273281/can-tinkering-with-the-ht-link-on-an-amd-mobo-adversely-affect-your-gpu/0_80

increasing the nb can give you overall better performance, whereas the ht link can give less performance the higher it is.
at 2250 you're fine, anything higher approaching 2400 you may experience decreased performance.
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Looks like I will have to upload a new image. I guess I have taken the pic to soon as the clock field is not filled in. I have it OC to 2995 at the moment. I will upload a new image later. Thanks for the info though.

Here is the new image. I changed some things around after reading the post you linked to I0max. Thanks for showing those to me.


I lowered my Memory timings down also. The only thing that is confusing me(mostly because I am not completely versed in all of this new stuff) is how to set the memory clock correctly. My mobo is not listing it in a normal manner.
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