UltimatePlatano, don't worry. There is no need to panic. If anything, you came to the right place. I am sure that "Overclock.net", has many overclockers to guide you through. If you want my advice, again, start with Intel Burn Test set at "Very High". Run it once (10 passes), If it passes, then run Prime95 for 12h. If it passes too, then you 're stable (95% certainty). Run then again Prime95 with largeFFT for another 12h. If you are stable, you have 99% certainty you are stable. If Intel Burn Test fails, don't run Prime. Increase voltage a notch and run Intel Burn Test again. When you find a vcore value where Intel Burn Test passes, then you run Prime.
This way you save a lot of time.
I am sure some goodhearted overclocker here, will be able to give you finetuning advice.
Good luck and don't worry.
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