Another quick question...
1) when you overclock does the pc fail to boot, or restart
2) because it gets too hot?
3) or because it doesnt have enought voltage?
4) and what is a good amount to increse voltage by?
5) Like the general rule of thumb of oc'ing is to increase the fsb by incrememts of 5MHz...should that be accompanied by an increase of .0x volts?
1) Common symptoms include failure to boot, instability, blue screens, IRQ_NOT_EQUAL errors, restarts, and in some less common cases component damage.
2) Heat is a major factor and must be addressed in any OC'd system.
3) Lack of voltage can hinder overclocks. Keep in mind that as the voltage rises, so does the heat and risk of component damage.
4) Depends on the chip, but unless you're familiar with what should be expected and have experience OCing, you should be using the minimum increments allowable in your BIOS.
5) Voltages should only be increased if stability is an issue and you've narrowed it down to there. There is no general rule of thumb that correlates specific fsb increases to voltage increases.