Yes but remind me what I told you to do again?
Remember that if your OC settings stop the system from booting they will automatically reset after 3 failed boots.
The key with OC'ing is making sure you don't end up with a bad memory divisor. It will just cause instability. A 1:2 ratio seems to be stable with these systems. I ideally 1:1 would give us the best performance but it's impossible to achieve with these systems. Use a program like cpu-z to chek you memory divisor if you don't feel like doing the math.
On last thing. If you get failed boots because of a bad OC it will automatically reset itself to default after the third failed boot. Don't both trying to find the cmos battery and unplugging it. Although that works it will set the whole bios to factory default versus just the OC settings. Good luck!