Having a bit of trouble with this beast. The RAM's holding the memory back, as it has a maximum speed of around 210MHz FSB. So, I can set a divider to keep the RAM at a proportion of the FSB. So I set the RAM divider @ 5/6 (166MHz) and upped the FSB to try and see what my 3200+ A64 can do. It'll run at 215MHz FSB, but the RAM's only actually at 179. Which gives a SuperPi time of 44s, exactly the same as it is at stock (200FSB, 200RAM). So that's no improvement. However, my RAM is not holding the system back at this speed, so it's all down to the CPU. Here's the problem: I can't set the FSB any higher than 215MHz. This is at stock volts ("Auto" in the BIOS). I'm a bit confused as to what to put for the voltage, because it fluctuates between 1.075v and 1.5v, due to Cool 'n' Quiet. Anyway, what sort of voltage can/should I put through this chip (It's a newcastle core)? It must be capable of more than 2365MHz? If it means anything to anyone, the stepping is this: ADA3200AEP4AX CBASC 0413MPM 4409634E40370 Thanks!