Originally Posted by DSF_x
well now you've explained that i feel like a douche.
well im running tests for what im at at the moment, when i've finished this if they don't work your method it is!
All good dude... my way is just one approach that I have found over the years that helps you quickly identify the best settings for you particular hardware.
What you should do is a hybrid approach... Take all the info you have learned from these test you have been doing, and you will have a general idea about what your hardware can handle.
For instance, no reason starting at 250x10 as you know from your current tests that you system can defineitly handle that
Start right at 285 or whatever and see if you can hit 300
Also, make sure at load to watch your NB temps as well when rolling high NB volts/speeds