|How did I insult you?|
I gave you two alternatives:
1. try overclocking software
The reason I don't recommend the software approach is because it's very limited as to what you can do with it. The problem is that ALL of the buses (PCI, PCI-express, RAM, HyperTransport) increase as the CPU frequency increases. That is what you don't want to happen. The trick to overclocking an AMD system is to overclock the CPU only, while leaving the rest of the system running at or close to the defaults. If you wanna experiment with software, go right ahead. Here's an article about it:
2. get a decent motherboard
What's wrong with recommending that? Your board doesn't have the necessary overclocking options in the BIOS so i you have you heart set on overclocking & wanna do it the "right way", get a board that DOES have the necessary BIOS options.
And what's wrong with telling you that you have the wrong RAM? For best performance, the X2 should be run with DDR2-800. It will obviously run with DDR2-667, but your system is taking a performance hit.