|You have to make sure the memory does NOT overclock. That's why I wrote - "Do you you've gotta do to keep the RAM running at 667MHz". I figured if you owned a board like that, you knew how to set it up.|
Make sure both DOT Control & EIST are disabled.
Set the CPU FSB Frequency at 333MHz.
Set the CPU ratio at 9x **(this is a temporary setting)
Set the PCIe at 100MHz.
Set the PCI at 33MHz.
Disable all Spread Spectrum settings.
Set the FSB/Memory ratio at 1:2
The above settings will run the CPU at 3.0GHz at 1333MHz FSB with the RAM running at 667MHz. If you want to increase the CPU speed, simply raise the CPU ratio from 9x.