Originally Posted by vrillon
how do I apply them in bios? I got AMD overdrive utility.
First things first. Realize what your working with, while what you have is a nice mobo, it's still considered to be a budget board for OC'ing. I have that exact board (in my back up rig now) and have an Phenom II x2 555 BE OC'd to 4013. Trust me, with that quad core you'll definitely want to add a few things before getting to far in to OC'ing.
First and most importantly get a better cooler (Scythe Mugen II or Hyper 212) are good budget coolers, I ran the Mugen on my setup and it really performed well. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835185142
Next would be some heat sinks for the Mosfets as that mobo doesn't have any, I ran these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835708011
Than I recommend adding an internal fan mounted to the backside of the 3.5" bay to blow onto the SB HS and ram which can be mounted with zip ties if ness. This really does help being the SB HS is so tiny and will get very hot. I have a few pics in my gallery if your interested of all these components.
Forget about using a utility for OC'ing (AMD OverDrive). OC'ing should be done in the bios and has to pass a stress test for 12-24 hrs to be considered stable.
Here's a real good thread to help explain the "how too's" of OC'ing the right way http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...ing-guide.html
it also gives you a real good path to follow.
After studying the link above if you want/need help with your bios feel free to PM me and I'll be more than happy to share what I know, or just ask in here.