Well, it would appear I have found something bad. I set my CPU to 240 x10 = 2400MHz and HTT 240 x4 = 960. I didn't fool with the RAM because I don't know how (well, at first I tried 166MHz and it didn't boot so I put it down, didn't help, now I see it was my CPU). As it turns out, when I go into manual mode for CPU it doesn't take affect. I put it at 1.450V and 10x multi, but it still uses the auto function (1.450V and 11x multi). Therefore, when I set it to 240, it was at 2640MHz! Well, with that voltage and stock air, I wouldn't expect it to boot. It didn't. Any idea why it's not accepting the numbers I put in for my manual overclock? Is it a BIOS issue?
On another note, I can't figure out RAM timings. As far as I can tell, 3-3-3-10 means CAS of 3, CAS to RAS of 3, RAS of 3, and Tras of 8. When I go into BIOS, I can set CAS and CAS-RAS and Tras to anything from 1-10 (or something like that, my point being all those options are there, including 2.5 CAS, which my RAM can handle) but the RAS has no 3. It goes 2, 5, 8, 10 or something to that effect, no sequence. I tried putting the numbers as close to 3-3-3-10 as I could and my system wouldn't boot. I had rto reset CMOS, no biggy, but I would like to find out what's up with the RAM and the BIOS OC stuff not kicking in. And if you are wondering, I used cpuz to check all my stuff, it says for CPU 220 (I set that) x11 (I didn't set that, I want x10) @ 2420MHz. Those are all my problems for now. Thanks what?, you've been a huge help. I gave you some rep+
Also, I want to say that I plan on doing that volt mod you mentioned in another thread. It seems like the easiest thing ever, but I just want to know if it's dangerous. What If I set everything at stock except for voltage, and i put it at 1.55? Can that cause damage or something? I'm unfamiliar with what voltages do. In fact, I know nothing at all.