CPU: 3600MHz: 260x14 | vCore: 1.44 (1.38 vDrop on load) Good for you,
I have 1055T 3.6 just increase FSB and voltage CPU +0.50 max Just it . stable at all test. remember your CPU not BE
I know increasing the FSB also increases the ram, but ram has limits, in this case if you want it you must drop the ratio of RAM.
If the FSB 300 and RAM are not qualified you will get an unstable system and BSOD.
in this setting will give you easy access, lower timming, low vdim, and possible future can be raised back to the CPU clock speed.
and you FSB 300 x 14 can get 4.2 ghz but depend on your cooler.