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You need to set your memory timings manually
What is your exact memory kit anyway?
Memory kit is now in sig.

@Gnomepatrol: Thank you, I will get another one when bulldozer comes out in market.

@ht_addict: I will try what you suggest and get back to you with the results after a couple of minutes.
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Why do you have you NB voltage set to 1.26v? you maybe overheating the NB. I would take everything back to the start. Reset everything back to original settings. Make sure CoolnQuiet and any other BIOS setting that put the CPU into power down mode or Turbo is disabled.

Now its a game of playing with numbers/multipliers and voltage. Start with upping the cpu only(FSB and voltage, leave the CPU multiplier at default) as well as take the CPU-NB and HT-Link and memory multipliers down to keep them as close to stock speeds as possible. Start with your CPU at 14x270 stock voltage, see if it boots. If it does go 14x280 stock voltage, see if it boots. If not up the voltage a couple notches at a time till it does. Do this till you reach the speed you want and it boots in to Win7 and stays stable through IBT or Prime95. If upping the CPU doesn't work then maybe you have to play with the CPU-NB speeds and voltage. The performance boost comes from not only upping the CPU but also the CPU-NB.
I'm working now on 14x270, Do you suggest testing stability or increase till I reach 4.0 then testing it ?

HT and NB down to 1395Mhz, RAM down to 1088Mhz Ganged
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I'm working now on 14x270, Do you suggest testing stability or increase till I reach 4.0 then testing it ?

HT and NB down to 1395Mhz, RAM down to 1088Mhz Ganged
To be honest your wasting your time overclocking your CPU if your lowering you speed on CPU-NB and Ram. Your increasing the speed at which CPU can calculate but at the same time lowering the speed that it can send and receive data. You need to work on getting your CPU speed up while at least keeping the ram and CPU-NB at stock. Also change your memory to unganged from ganaged.
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