Originally Posted by SLippe
Well, I went back to 2.8GHz with 1.45V, RAM is at like 233MHz stock voltage and I set, I think, the HT to 800, but CPU-Z still shows it above 1100. WTF? However, it's been stable for a few hours now, unlike the first time. I've used Photoshop CS, played some HD videos via WMP11 and played Painkiller for a while. So far, so good. *crosses fingers* Oh, and I ran Burn In for about an hour with no errors.
You're set, my friend. That's probably one of the few things I love (and miss) about AMD chips, they're easily overclockable to their max potential. Try hitting 2.9 with 1.45 and your RAM at stock voltage with the slowest speed and loosest timings. What's your multiplier at, 10x? Your HT multiplier should be like around 3x. You could try the HT multi at 4x and hit 1160MHz HT at 2.9GHz at 10x multi with a bump at the HT voltage.