the main parts of overclocking:
CPU multiplier and HTT speed
CPU core speed = CPU multiplier x HTT speed
your CPU has a multiplier of 10
at 200 HTT speed, your CPU is 200 x 10 = 2000MHZ
increasing the HTT will increase the CPU speed.
at the same time, it also increases the RAM speed. the RAM speed equals the HTT speed.
Originally posted by Jayvon
Oh really why is that? Cant get atleast .20v close to .80 the max volts?
it's not good for the CPU itself to be set to too high. more voltage = more heat.