Nice doublepost... what was you'r point in doublt posting?
Anyway, first question - I don't know, try search or google..
Second question, Either you were trying to do a hyper-threaded cpu test which require a CPU That has hyper-threading [or a dual core processor] and the option that enables you'r cpu to work out multiple threads is disabled in you'r BIOS [not sure how it goes with AMD chips, in Intel you can actualy turn this option off in the bios..] if its not the thing then i'm not sure at the moment, i've been reading all day long and my head hurts, thus i'm not very concentrated at the moment..
3'rd, Full power?? NO!!! You should stay as close as you can to the STOCK powers!! don't put full power or you will literlly burn you'r processor down...
Err, about overclocking im really too lazy to go step-by-step with yuo right now.... search around or wait for someone more patient.
-Jo / Yoad.