Raise the multiplier to 33 and make sure your ram is running at 1.65v or 1.66v This should give you 4.389 Mhz and the odds are you will be stable at that. After you run a Intel BurnTest at maximum 10 passes and if it is stable we can work on your memory. Just let the memory run at default until we can find where your CPU is going to be happy.
You have some really good temps for being at 1.4v but watch them when running IBT if it starts running consistently above 80C stop the test and report back. Temps are safe up higher than that but since you have not had allot of experience OCing it is better to be safe than sorry.
Just noticed you are actually running at 1.375v not 1.4v the 1.4v is your Qpi Dram voltage which is OK it may be a little high but leave it there for now. Raise the Vcore up 1 notch.Edited by Grandpa_01 - 3/31/11 at 8:11pm