Bump the BCLK frequency to 180Mhz, leave the CPU multiplier at 19. Put the Memory multiplier (also known as the strap) at 8, giving an effective memory clock of 1440MHz. Bump the vcore voltage to something around ~1.375v, ensure load line calibration is enabled, bump the PLL and IMC voltages a little higher than what they are at stock. Ensure the DDR voltage is at whatever the manufacturer says it should be at (usually 1.5v but check on the side of the sticks, Corsair are sometimes 1.65v). Don't touch anything to do with PCI-E frequency. Hope this helps.
Ok, im having some problems, in my bios i dont see any memory clock, instead of that i seee "Memory ratio" and "QPI ratio"
Same thing with the voltages,
On cpu voltage the maximum is 0.303V so i cant take it to 1.375 i think that means i can only take it up to 1.303.
Instead of IMC i have VTT?
What should i do?