Heya Cat, any chance of altering the multiplier there? or is it locked at x11?
I'd google 'your chip overclocking' just to see what/how others have gotten along with it,
one thing I would say is set your ram timings to the stated settings and voltage, and also your Cpu voltage should be set by you, not controlled by the Mobo, grab coretemp to keep an eye on the temps there but 1.47v is going to be heating you up some, stock cooler?
grab a Hyper212 at least to up the cooling man, it will give you more headroom
oh, and welcome to Toms
Unfortunately the multiplier is locked by AMD.
I have googled to see if the chip overclocks well can't really find much info on how people overclocked it but people get 2.7-3.0 on average and one person got 3.5!
I'll set the voltage and timings myself and tell you what happens, everything like that is set to 'auto' at the moment.
I use speedfan to monitor my temps, i also have smartgardian which came with the mobo but the temps is records are not accurate as i read in reviews of the mobo, it reads about 5-10 degrees below speedfan.
I have an AMD heatpipe cooler and i added a 120mm fan into the 5.25 bays in the wavemaster that i showed you to help airflow. I'll probably re-apply the tim as the cooler came attached when i got the mobo so no idea what tim was used and i have some good stuff i could put on.