In the Cell Menu you need to change the FSB/DRAM Ratio by dropping it one speed. With your chip you should blow past 230MHz, even with the stock cooler.
Remember that everything runs off the system clock. It looks like you have dropped the IMC/NB and HT multipliers to 9x. I would suggest dropping the HT to 8x and raising the IMC/NB to stock 10x. You should lock the PCIe speed to 100MHz, disable Spread Spectrum, and enable Bank Interweaving.
Your 'sweet spot' with the system clock speed is dependent upon the speed of the DDR3 that you selected. If you are running DDR3 1600 it is 240MHz. For DDR3 1333 it is 250MHz. Here's why:
DDR3 1600 at stock is 8 (FSB/DRAM Ratio) X 200MHz (system clock or FSB). If you raise the system clock to 240MHz, the next lowest RAM divider is 6.67, so 240MHz X 6.67 returns your memory speed to spec 1600MHz.
DDR3 1333 at stock is 6.67 X 200MHz. Drop the RAM to 533 and BOOM!, 5.33 X 250MHz = 1333MHz
The HT will run spec 2000MHz at 8x250MHz.
The IMC/NB will run 10x250MHz or 2500MHz. This is good. For each 10% you increase the IMC/NB speed, memory bandwidth is increased 3-4% and latency is reduced 3-4%. You should easily make 2500MHz with the NB VID at 1.25v, or less.
Your processor specs are 0.85-1.40v up to 74c
. 1.35v is great but as long as you can keep your temps down you may raise your VCore in +0.125v increments to increase speed (and stability).
Glad I could really confuse you
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