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im trying to max it out its stock 3.73 cant go past 4.2 great me ocz platnium 4gb fatal1ty board
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p4 3.73 extreme edition abit fatal1ty xp pro sp2 19 inch hd samsung lcd 
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ZBOARD Vortec XG 600 watt x-infinitygameing case Microsoft Elite(Wireless) 
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p4 3.73 extreme edition abit fatal1ty xp pro sp2 19 inch hd samsung lcd 
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ZBOARD Vortec XG 600 watt x-infinitygameing case Microsoft Elite(Wireless) 
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Have you tried running a divider on your RAM? You didn't mention what speed you have so I'm thinking you may have hit it's limit.
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IBM PPC Triple core @ 3.2GHz Custom ATi Xenos 10MB 
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120GB DVD ROM XBox 360 Dashboard Dell 24" 2405FPW 
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IBM PPC Triple core @ 3.2GHz Custom ATi Xenos 10MB 
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120GB DVD ROM XBox 360 Dashboard Dell 24" 2405FPW 
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I take it that the PCI-E/PCI clocks have been locked at 100.0MHz/33.3MHz to ensure that the system is able to operate correctly at higher frequencies.
Also I would recommend disabling Speed Spectrum if it is enabled as this will help with overclocking.
Another point would be to perhaps give the CPU more voltage by increasing the vcore, do not exceed 70C or 1.55v on this particual CPU
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