Hello everyone, this is my first post (not sure if posting in right area, sorry), and I would like to start by telling you all of my recent overclocking experiments on the LGA775 platform. So, as everyone says, go with the highest multiplier that is possible, and then tune the base clock (FSB in this case) afterwards. And they are correct, or not... From my overclocks with a Pentium D 945 that I tested about a week ago showed some odd overclocking patterns. At the 17x multiplier, it would go up to around 4870 MHz, and I could not push it any farther. However, with the 15x multiplier, and a higher FSB (328.03 MHz), I was able to hit 4920.44 MHz, link: http://hwbot.org/submission/3880017_berfs1_cpu_frequency_pentium_d_945_4920.44_mhz I think this can reasonable conclude my earlier suspicions when overclocking a G3258, that certain multipliers do indeed work better, however I do not understand the science of it. About the G3258, I was able to hit a 47x multiplier, however the 46x multiplier would crash, EVEN AT SAME VOLTAGE! So, with my tests, I can confidently state that you guys need to test each multiplier and FSB combination before saying that is your best frequency! Oh I should also note that I only overclock for frequency, and thus the stability is extremely questionable (as in it will crash immediately under load). In addition, I primarily use my modded Gigabyte GA-P35-S3G, a wonderful and exceptional overclocking board despite the voltage limitations. This board is capable of hitting 500 MHz FSB on air (I have gone past 520 with an E6550). I am currently retesting my Pentium E6500K to see just how far I can get. Yesterday, I broke my previous personal best of 4341 MHz with a 4413 MHz submission. After I wake up, I shall push it even further with more tweaks to see how far it goes... Please let me know if you have any questions or comments, and thanks for reading!