"Although Foxconn provides the Aegis Panel overclocking utility the options with the utility are limited. For true overclocking you have to get down to the nitty gritty in the BIOS and make the changes you need. I have found in my trials when testing AMD hardware that you can either push the CPU speed or push the multiplier but when you push both you run into problems. For overclocking the Foxconn Destroyer I pushed the multiplier first in half increments until I became unstable. Then I backed off until I could boot and run with no problems. Next I pushed the CPU speed by one megahertz at a time until I hit a wall at 203MHz. This gave me a total speed of 3.250GHz (203x16) which is what the overclocking tests will be run at."