However despite the multitude of blue screen errors when trying to install windows 7 the main puzzle is this:
My processor just randomly oveclocked itself to 3.72Ghz, and refuses me to change the FSB back to 200.
However I can alter the multiplier.
Currentlly I have reste the CMOS by removing the battery for a few hours, and then every setting returned. However the computer crashed and now it's back to 3.72Ghz. I managed to alter the multiplier down so It runs almost at the original factory speed unfortunately I can't locate the CMOS reset jumper anywhere on the motherboard.
However it seems my processor is f*cked. Should I just switch to a cheap intel motherboad and processor?
i'd say maybe amd turbo core is enabled in bios but to me your biggest problem is mixed brand ram thats a big no no either use one or the other or buy a 2 stick set and I'd bet all your troubles would be solved
just a quick look at your board to explain the 3.7ghz clock speed there seems to be a manual switch on the board for easy overcloc read down on this link http://www.msi.com/product/mb/770-G45.html
I don't think the faster speed is causing you trouble as i said its probably the mixed ram