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you need to read the guide and start OC'ing. once you face problem then come back to post.

i don't think people got any response on that screen shots... what do you expect others to comment on that?
i can clock up to 3Ghz, open up CPU-Z to vertify and shoot a screen shot like that. it's meaningless... you are looking for the most stable 24/7 OC to boost performance, not reach a high clock and show people.

keep trying some new clock, do some burn-in, watch the temp, do some benchmark, and see how much performance you gain and enjoy OC'ing.
then post your stable OC here
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