After running our synthetic and gaming benchmarks, we turn to overclocking our CPU and RAM through the BIOS. After several hours of tweaking, we were able to reach 3.46GHz on our Intel Core 2 Duo e6600 processor, which is a little over a 7 percent increase in performance. We were a little disappointed by the CPU voltage options and had to rely on the system to make the proper judgments for us instead of changing the voltage increments ourselves. As for our OCZ 4GB Vista Platinum DDR2-800 memory, we were able to squeeze out another 42MHz, but unfortunately we weren't able to tweak the CAS at all. We think this has more to do with the RAM specs than the motherboard. We will amend this portion of the article when we arrive at a solution to this issue.