Pretty decent guide, I would add a disclaimer which include..."Overclocking your CPU reduces the life expectancy of your CPU. This is a guide and does not gurantee any overclocking results.
A good aftermarket air or water cooler is required to reach the CPU speed, a stock cooler will not be effective enough."
I do not feel such a disclaimer is needed. Who still runs a 486 or Pentium 60? Keep in mind we're only talking going from 1.328 or so to 1.35.
I did add a disclaimer, though.
As far as this goes, that person was right, dont use specifics, but then you are too generic. Just a statement along the lines of 'set the 4 major memory timings and voltage manually, such as 9-9-9-24 1.5v (must set to your memories specifications).
I just changed it
What I quoted is an incomplete thought...
I'm still not following you on this virtualization thing. Incomplete how? You're confusing me buddy