Ok, finally found a camera to take some pictures for ya. Remember I am using the F7 BIOS.
This is the Advanced BIOS Options menu. The main points here are to disable CPU Enhanced halt (C1E) and the CPU EIST function. What these functions do is continually change your multiplier and may cause instability.
This is the M.I.T. section
First you have to enable the CPU Host Clock Control. From there you can put your clock ratio at 8x or 6x. You can then change your CPU Host Frequency. This is where you do your overclocking. Anything above the 333 stock and you are overclocked. Make sure you go in small increments (10mhz at a time) so you don't have to clear the CMOS if you lock it up.
MAKE SURE you set your pci express frequency at 100, normally its on auto I think which can cause instability or smoke your gfx card.
Set the performance enhance on standard because you are doing it manually.
Set your system memory multiplier at 2.00, this will lock your FSB:RAM ratio at 1:1. NOTE: it is not in order make sure you LOOK for 2.00.
OK, now set your system voltage control on manual. Now there should be a message saying "Warning, system voltage not optimized!!!!!" This is normal, It wants to control your Vcore, but we are much smarter than the machine.
You can leave everything on normal for now, I have 2.0V going to my ram because I am running 4 sticks, and also +.1V going to my northbridge to help out in the memory controlling department. Now just set your CPU Voltage control to 1.35V and you are set.
Remember, just go in small steps (10mhz) and test with prime 95. If it crashes add .025V at a time. Check your temps and have fun. Don't be afraid to experiment either.