Well the BIOS is the reason as the OCing settings are just not there for you to adjust....There really is no need to OC that set-up anyways everything looks pretty solid..unless your planning on just OCing to be doing it...3 GHz is nothing to sneeze at its damn fast.
@headspin-->this is a forum for problems with peoples set-ups...Just telling someone to buy new equipment is just a way to say you don't know how to fix it...and then on top of that you tell the OP to buy a chip his board doesn't even support....not everyone has tons of money to throw at a machine, and just keep buying different parts until the problem is resolved.
@deadjon-->FYI...he doesn't need a 890 FX chipset to OC....A 780G and above chipset will OC that chip with NP.....I am sure if the OP was just filthy rich he could just throw the rig out and get a 990 FX with a the NEW BD chip...
I think I have saw some options with adjusting frequency and voltage in the BIOS,
and I really need to overclock the cpu as its bottlenecking in games
(please don't tell me its other components, I know its the cpu)
and there actually is no Phenom II 955 95w, its just a myth and never released
Well then lower your RAM clocks from 800 to 667 then raise your FSB to 240..That will give you RAM at 800 CPU at 3.6...vcore should be around 1.35v - 1.39v...There you go...AlsoI noticed you have to be running three RAM modules.. lose one stick of RAM as your running single channel...2 x 2GB Sticks or 4 x 2GB....As running three RAM modules actually hinders performance..on dual channel system as of now only Intel supports triple channel