Thanks guys, but when i point to the BCLK clock speed on the right it shows RANGE: 100 - 300 MHz. Does this mean the MAXIMUM the BCLK could be EVER or what? I noticed that just increasing it by a few MHz makes a HUGE difference in OCing so is this some crazy mistake? lol Anyway, thanks for the responses I guess Ill just overclock with Multiplier only since its easier, I just thought BCLK OCing would have benefits like LESS heat on the CPU. Is this true?
I honestly don't know why the board would allow you to go up to 300Mhz with the BCLK because anything much over 110Mhz or so would completely destroy the USB and PCIe bus (or devices on them), not to mention corrupting all data on the SATA bus. Complete lunacy for 300Mhz, lol.
And no, it certainly wouldn't create any less heat. Heat output really has nothing to do with what method you use to OC, just the voltage that you have to use.
Also, like I said earlier, from the people that I've seen that have done both at the same time, or even just a pure BCLK OC, their OC's are usually not very stable, and actually create slightly MORE heat than just using the multiplier (even though it shouldn't).