Hello, I bought a Pentium E2160 and Asus P5GC-MX/1333 motherboard a while ago. I managed to overclock it to 2.16ghz (from 1.8). However I feel like trying to go higher since I read that E2160 can go extremely high with stock cooler (3.4ghz or something). However it's refusing to go that high. If I try to go a bit higher it's refusing to boot, and if I set fsb to 300 then it seems to be working fine, but it's refusing to find my harddrive, and wont boot windows (which is western digital sata I believe). I know my motherboard is one of the cheapest and might not support that high, but what if I flash to another version? Or use some modded bios? Would that work? I dont need to go over 3ghz or something, but about 2.6-2.8 would be nice if possible. I saw a thread here with modded BIOS, and found mine, however I am not sure if it's the right one, since there are few versions of my motherboard (without 1333 fps for example), so I'm unsure if it will break something. My motherboard revision is 3.05G (I believe so, the letters are very small and I didnt feel like removing all my parts just for that). Any ideas, anything? Thanks in advance.