Hello everyone. I recently overclocked my Phenom II X3 720 to 3.5GHz from the stock 2.8GHz using the AMD Overdrive Utility. Then I had increased my CPU VID to 1.4875V from 1.325V. I ran the stability test for an hour and all seemed stable enough. However, I can't seem to be getting stable at 3.6GHz unless I increase the CPU VID to 1.525V. Is this voltage level too high / dangerous. Could there be any ill-effects? Also, I read that I could keep the CPU VID to 1.325V and just increase the CPU Extra Over Voltage to a value of 0.2V to get a total of 1.525V. As soon as I did this and set my multiplier to 18X (3.6GHz) I got a BSOD without any delay. Did I understand or do something wrong? I would also like to know if a 1 hour AMD Overdrive Stability Test is enough to test the stability of the OC. Note : I had once managed to have my system stable at 3.6GHZ / 1.5V after many attempts. But that doesn't seem to happen any more. Sorry for the long post. Would be grateful for any help and suggestions. I'm attaching a screenshot of the AMD Overdrive Utility. Thank you.