Do some serious looking around in the BIOS!
You need to learn the Advanced Chip set segment.
There will be referances to "Auto" and being able to change to "Expert", "User", "Advanced" or something like that and the options to change multiplyers, HTT( was the old FSB) HT or LDT, vcore of CPU voltages, and vdimm or RAM voltages!
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