In the OP you can find some suggestions about how to get best performance, but in summary you will have to end up OC'ing everything, whether one by one or by fsb/base clock is up to you... If you want to play it safe, OC the cores, then the cpu/nb and lastly the ram testing each step of the way... some ram won't take any OC before losing stability so I generally leave it to last.... once you have found your limits... the I would go for a "fine tuning" approach by trying various FSB overclocks and adjusting the multipliers on the core, cpu/nb and ram to keep them close to the highest sustainable OC and do benchmarks to see if it was better before or after... of coarse test for stability each step....
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