Hey Max Rebo, looks like a nice setup! Zalman CNPS 9900 cooler pride! /fistbump
I see you were having some overclocking issues - yeah, auto-OC stuff sucks, they all pretty much do the same crap, no matter the brand, it seems. Honestly I wonder if your RAM is actually 1.5v RAM, as you don't want higher than that voltage of RAM with Sandy Bridge, it can cause issues and ultimately torch the CPU's memory controller, so it's best to just get 1.5v RAM. Plus 1866MHz is way faster than you need, you could easily drop down to 1333 or 1600MHz and likely never see the difference. That's just how Sandy Bridge works, better to get some 1333/1600MHz RAM @1.5v with CAS timings of 9-9-9-24.
In the mean-time though, if you wanted to do some good OC, I think this guide should work out alright for ya, even though it's for the P67 chipset, I think most of the things are the same, though I could be slightly wrong. :P
(I suggest printing it out, since it's a lot of steps and you'll be in BIOS to do all of this, obviously.)
Couldn't find the guide I used for OC'ing. This one looks pretty damn similar though.