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CPU-Z shows the correct frequency. So that is what you should look at.


Only disable these

Limit CPUID Max. to 3 (Note) [Disabled]
CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E) (Note) [Disabled]
CPU Thermal Monitor 2(TM2) (Note) [Disabled] (This you may enable)
CPU EIST Function (Note) [Disabled]

If you're crashing, try upping V-core. You do not have Load Line Calibration? If so, V-core needs to be pretty high in bios. Watch the real V-core in CPU-Z. And try Prime95 Small FFT's and watch again.

Also, when running below 400 Front side bus, you can lower that Static tRead. Try 7. 8 and 9 is a given, they will work. This setting affects memory performance a great deal. Lower is faster.

Also be sure to keep your mem close to rated speed and timings. To isolate them as a problem. If they are 800 5-5-5-15 then keep them close to that. Set timings manually
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Disabled those settings and set FSB OverVoltage Control from +0.1 to +0.2. Ran a benchmark test and no crash so far. Is it ok, or I risk frying it?
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Disabled those settings and set FSB OverVoltage Control from +0.1 to +0.2. Ran a benchmark test and no crash so far. Is it ok, or I risk frying it?
You should not need to up FSB volts at those low FSB speeds with a Dual Core.. And no, it will not harm anything upping + 0.1 or + 0.2

Really, you should focus on V-core (CPU volts) as it looks now. Try to look at load Volts using CPU-Z, when running Prime 95 small FFT's. And if stable, try to lower it, one notch at a time. Or try for even higher speeds.

Watch you temps. Use Core Temp to monitor your CPU cores. Try to stay under 75C for hottest core.

CPUID HWmonitor is also very nice for all temps and voltages.

If you have good cooling, maybe you should try 11x 364FSB = 4GHz?
    
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