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I found out how to overclock my POS ECS K8T890!!!
You have to use the +/- keys on the Numpad to change the numbers in BIOS, I just thought to do that a little while ago. My rig ran at 225x10, booted into Windows, but it said my Registry got corrupted. So, I'm on another computer while I reinstall that Micro$hit...I mean Microsoft OS. Life=Good.
 

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Are you sure you need to reinstall windows? Many times, error messages and random reboots simply mean your overclock is unstable. You may have pushed your ram to far (1gb sticks don't overclock as well as 512 sticks). Run a divider to keep your ram running at stock speeds or lower until you find your max cpu speed, then find your max ram speed, after which you can run the appropriate divider to max out your ram and cpu at the same time.
 
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