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I can't bump the motherboard's BCLK any more. My bloomfield CPU becomes unstable

The 2000Mhz kit I found is for $70

Forgive me if I am wrong (as I have never used bloomfield), but you should be able to overclock the RAM without touching the CPU settings. If it is like SB, then the RAM dividers would be something like 1066/1333/1600/1866 etc (adjust for your baseclock).
 
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That 2000 kit your looking at seems to use Powerchip IC's under the hood, i dont know much about the quality of these IC's but if someone chimes in a says they are great clocking IC's i would consider them.
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