Re: overclocking problem
The first pic is useless.
In the second pic for starters I'd be putting my os hdd on IDE1, why you have it connected to IDE2 has me perplexed.
That screen is a standard "Overclocking Failed" screen, nothing special, reset the cmos, boot up, take note of your cpu vcore, boot back to the bios, try again at the same or slightly higher vcore, oc the cpu only (until you get it stable) so use a divider on the ram.
Rinse and repeat.
I take it you're new to overclocking??
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