Bah, I'm neither "gifted" nor all that "experienced" at this game, to be perfectly honest.
For sure, though, these S939 DFIs are definitely not for casual overclockers. A patient, methodical approach is essential, as is a huge appetite (or tolerance) for frustration. A S939 LANParty series DFI's biggest strength in the hands of a truly knowledgeable and experienced user is also its biggest weakness when it's being used by someone less committed to the dark art of overclocking, and that is the sheer amount of BIOS settings available for adjustment. This is specifically true for the RAM tuning section.
What this facility for adjustment buys for you is the ability to tune your system precisely. Unfortunately, if even a single crucial setting is maladjusted, it will simply irritate you; the motherboard won't pass POST, and you have to reset your CMOS. This really isn't conducive to an enjoyable overclocking experience.
This is perhaps why I fixate on RAM settings when it comes to these DFI LANParty boards. Of course, there are some boards in the range that are quite forgiving; thlnk3r's SLI-DR, which used to be mine, actually, is an excellent aberration, as is my Ultra-D (which I'm selling, by the way).
The CFX3200-DR, though, is definitely not. It punishes you if it's not set up properly. I spent so much time researching settings for my RAM in that motherboard, and it's finally behaved. But the experience was frustrating, so I had to step away from that board just to regain my enthusiasm for it.