Originally Posted by Chad711
Can you explain that so that some one new (like me) understands?
What is NB and 'sticker on the DIMM'?
There's literally a sticker on your RAM that tells you it's voltage. Take a look at it.
The power supply has nothing to do with why he couldnt overclock more. While overclocking, once you get to a certain point, you have to raise the voltage of the cpu, so that it gets more power, which it needs because it's working harder.
Basically, because you're making it output more, there needs to be more input. NB and FSB, in terms of overclocking, deal with the voltage that the cpu receives, and these values are what needs to be turned up to overclock higher and keep the cpu stable.