Not sure tbh, I've never messed with any of the BullDozer CPU's. What I would do if I were you is one of two things....1, do some research to see what a normal vcore should be for your frequency and try that.....2, you can look to see what you vcore is running at while loaded and manually set that and work the vcore down step by step until you find where it is becoming unstable, then bump it back up 1 to 2 notches followed by a thorough stability test (12 hours running Prime95). The second option is not a quick process unfortunately but that is how we enthusiasts work our overclocks.....you never know, you might get hooked yourself...LOL
You can always keep checking back into here and see if anyone has posted anything for you to work off of or try other sites that are busier than this place has been like overclock.net or xtremesystems.org.
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