Hi, I've read this thread. I must say JLewis187 is quite aggressive, but not wrong at all.
I'm new to overclocking and has the same hardware. I've looked on the net, everywhere, how to properly overclock my stuff, but couldn't find anything precise. Most threads were about general overclocking, methods as how to progressively increase each voltage, test, etc... Even in threads about my specific hardware people would still give general information - nothing useful. I tried searching for specific voltages and fsbs that actually worked for the same hardware, but failed to find any.
After a month of trial, I totally gave up. Couldn't get ANY stable clocks.
A few days ago, thought I might look up again, and then I saw JLewis187 on this website and another one. I was v.excited someone actually put up his complete setup, for that was exactly what i was looking for ^__^ I tried his and so far, its all good. If it remains stable for a few days, ill eventually try to decrease the voltages.
The thing to keep in mind is that us, newbies, need a start-off point at overclocking. I had no idea I had to change the different voltages nor how much to change the values by. I had no idea I had to disable all the CPU-features. But it's all thanks to JLewis187 I am now able to overclock properly.
I really appreciate this dude, so thanks, but you should take it easy next time XD