The Phenom II X6 1035T has a stock, non-Turbo speed or 2.6GHz. Goign from 2.6GHz --> 3.2GHz is nothing to laugh about.
What are the voltages set in the BIOS?
- NB Voltage?
- CPU-NB Voltage?
- Core Votlage?
- SB Voltage?
It looks like you may need a bit more voltage to get beyond 250MHz Core Clock.
The Moderator (super awesome guy) of another forum made an Overclocking Log when he had a Phenom II X6 1055T, and there is some useful information there. I strongly recomend that you have a read over it.
The Phenom II x6 1055T and 1035T both have a locked mulitplier, so the only way to overclock is to adjust the Core Clock. Overclocking should be quite similar between the two CPU's.
Another thing to keep in mind is that the recommended maximum safe operating temperature for the Phenom II's is about ~62*C. I see you were capping off at 57*C -- still some room to work with, but just keep a close eye on the temperatures.
Looking back at my own little Phenom II x6 1090T log (can also be found on the 'Legit Reviews' Forums), I needed about 1.4V for 250MHz to be stable. http://forums.legitreviews.com/about31907.html
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