I always drop the ram speed first; (1600 is set manually at 1333), then overclock the cpu fsb by 20-25% so cpuz will detect the 1333 as 1600. This usually results in a stable overclock without having to change the voltage settings. The stock cooler should be able to handle this overclock with no heat issues.
Yes, but why is it set to 1333 i thought my RAM was 1600 my ram said it could go that fast and my motherboard supports it to. So im alright with 1333 but if it could help me overclock im happy, im just not sure how safe adjasting the CPU FSB it seems dangeruis to alter the CPU like that at %20-%25 are you sure that would be safe im running at 200 so far and one more thing does decresing the ram from 1600 to 1333 really help and how?