I don't know too much about i7's, but I feel that you would be better off overclocking manually, rather than setting it to an auto overclock feature. Auto settings will set voltages to a value that it thinks may be stable, but may be overshooting it and running higher volts than you need to.
It's not really that hard anyway, and at least you have peace of mind knowing what your voltages are.
Originally Posted by jarlmaster47
Not true at all! In another post I showed a cpuz of my friend's i7 4 ghz oc. I am waiting on my friend to give me his cpuz on the 4.4 ghz oc.
Getting a computer to boot at a speed is one thing, stability is another. I would like to see a screen shot with a stability test like Prime95 or Orthos running for several hours.