|It is best when you have an overclock problem (incorrect settings, or just pushing it a little too far) to clear your CMOS, THEN reset to defaults. Look up in your manual for the method for your board, but it typically is UNPLUG the computer first, then move a jumper or press a button, or failing those, remove the onboard 'coin' battery, press the on button, and replace the jumper or reinstall the battery. Then reset the defaults again.|
I am not as familiar with AMD personally, but if you need help with your settings, post all of your system specs and what you have already tried. There are many who can help with specifics. It is possible that you were on the right track, but forgot to lock something else down like PCIe freq. or RAM multiplier/ratio and that just climbed out of the reasonable range.
You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.