good job...your more than likely going to smoke your cpu if you keep going.
I got my E6600 to 3.4ghz with voltage set on auto and its runnin 1.408v according to CPU-Z. its on a 1511 fsb with x9 multi. I've orthos for 10 hrs and also ran CPU stability test with no errors. Try to bump it to 3.4... i think 3.2 is a little buggy... 3.2 for me BSOD's like no tomorrow but 3.4 is fine.
Using 'auto' will force the mobo to scale the voltages up with the FSB...thats bad, in case you were wondering. You dont need 1.4vcore to run 3.2ghz..probably not even at 3.4ghz... I use 1.4v for 3.6ghz and I have a e6700 which uses more vcore than other e6xxx cpu's...
If you dont set things manually, you are just asking for high temps and high loads on your PSU. Increasing the vcore on a cpu from 1.4-1.44v can increase the power drawn from your PSU, by ~30W depending on CPU and mobo. Setting thngs manually assures you the lowest voltage setting possible for stable operation.