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Overclocking my 1100t black edition

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I'm looking to overclock my 1100t be to at least 4ghz. Right now on stock I'm getting about 27C idle, 35C light load(multiple videos, websites and word processor). At high load(Bad Company 2) Looking at 48-50C, looking at

Right now stock could I add 300 or 400mhz to the cpu?

The heat sink I'm looking at is this
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835103064
Cooler master Hyper TX 3
Will it do the job as well as is my Nzxt Beta evo big enough for it? This is my first time I'm overclocking so I need some guidance please.

Do I need anything for my Asus m487tdv evo?

Thank you for your help.
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1 TB 7200 LightScribe Windows 7 Viewsonic VX2450wm-LED 24" 
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Antec Earthwatts Ea-650 Green NZXT Beta Evo 
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Your case has plenty of room to fit a 120 cpu heatsink in there. Although the TX3 isn't bad, I would not recommend it for your situation. I would rather have a overkill heat sink than one that can't keep up.

You should look at 120 heat sinks. I have the Hyper 212+ and I like it. There are better ones out there, depends on how much you want to spend. Sounds like you don't need anything too expensive. Also the larger size will help with how loud the fan is on it, if that is important to you. A couple general things to look at to judge how good heat sinks are the amount of heat pipes (more=better), heat pipe size (bigger=better), and overall size. Before buying anything its a good idea to look up a couple reviews on it.

If the heat sink supports your socket you should be good other than ram stick height. If you have tall ram sticks try to pick a heat sink that should clear it. Good reviews will most likely comment on ram clearance.
    
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150GB WD Raptor OS, 500GB, 640GB x2 Samsung SATA DVD RW Coolermaster Hyper 212 plus Win 7 Pro x64 
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Well decided to go with corsair h50. Here i go
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Phenom iix6 1100t Be Asus M4A87TD EVO Sapphire Raedon HD 6870 8 gig DDR 3 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
1 TB 7200 LightScribe Windows 7 Viewsonic VX2450wm-LED 24" 
PowerCase
Antec Earthwatts Ea-650 Green NZXT Beta Evo 
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Phenom iix6 1100t Be Asus M4A87TD EVO Sapphire Raedon HD 6870 8 gig DDR 3 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
1 TB 7200 LightScribe Windows 7 Viewsonic VX2450wm-LED 24" 
PowerCase
Antec Earthwatts Ea-650 Green NZXT Beta Evo 
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