Hi guys, I wanted to ask you about "setFSB". I have read on the web a bit before using this tool, and I understand that software OC of the CPU from Windows is usually a no-no as it is generally considered unstable. However, I was only looking to OC my processor by only a little just to be able to see if I could achieve something workable with this software. I took a risk and tried it at different clock speeds. I changed the FSB on it to obtain 2.80 GHz (Freeze & BSOD rightaway) 2.70 GHz (froze & crashed Crysis and SF4 - randomed a BSOD) 2.66 GHz (some artifacts in Crysis Warhead - no BSOD) 2.65 GHz (some artifacts in Crysis Warhead - no BSOD) 2.60 GHz <--- Most stable - No artifacts and no game / OS crashes 2.30 GHz is stock freq. I have used it and have seen that CPU temps are within reasonable range (48C-52C) while overall performance has increased slightly. Windows 7 posted an index of 5.5, up from 5.0 for the CPU. Crysis Warhead 1.1 plays at an avg of 18FPS (playable), up from 12FPS, using a GTX260 core 216 (OC to 720 core 1143 mem - max temp of 51C). So far, I haven't seen any problems when I OC'd the CPU to 2.6GHz. What do you think of this program and how close or far am I from giving my PC a debilitating disease? The only nag I have had with it is that I have to start it every time after a cold boot and increase the FSB to OC the CPU speed to 2.6GHz. Other than that, I haven't had a single BSOD since I installed this program last week. Please see the attachment for a visual of what I am at using setFSB. Your thoughts please?