^I just could not resist saying that. I was thinking there is a lot of Overclockers arround here . And I was noticing your thread since it's started and had no solution yet before wampyr replied.
but wampyr, in the mean while when I searched the WP forums with the keyword "Overclock" I also got some posts from you as well. and seriously I found your posts descent enough and thought that others answer or do not answer to this post but instantly you should have replied to this post (no matter it's solved or not). and I really got you here. . believe it or not but I like my observations.
yes exactly this is the way you overclock. it's dependent of your components in your PC. you have to do it in the same way as you are doing. and as wampyr said, according to you, you have done that too.
you obviously needed to increase the voltage to Ram. and you did.
but this is the way you do it, try one value and test, try second value and test, and on and on. where you find your pc in working state.
do not increase voltage more than enough. I am not good in it. but you should try low increments in voltages.
[RISK]try 1000Mhz to your ram and increase the voltage at lower differences upward. once set, then try increase FSB and voltage too if you need more.[/RISK]
again not to mention but you have to take care of the risks as mentioned by wampyr.