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If you want to challenge yourself i suggest watercooling the cpu... As all blocks now support every cpu socket, - lga 2011. So you will not lose the cpu block. As for gpu you will.
If you want high clocks and low noise, i can guarantee you that using a gtx 460 HAWK from msi. I can hit 950 easily, on my old motherboard (yes my motherboard is holding me back).
The bottleneck
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E5400 @ 3.5 stock volts Msi g31 (no voltage control) Gtx 460 Hawk (Talons attack) 2g Ddr2 @ 651 
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250 WD Win 7 64-bit Ultimate 
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E5400 @ 3.5 stock volts Msi g31 (no voltage control) Gtx 460 Hawk (Talons attack) 2g Ddr2 @ 651 
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250 WD Win 7 64-bit Ultimate 
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If you want to challenge yourself i suggest watercooling the cpu
I am doing this already.
Black Pearl
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Athlon II x4 640 Asus M4A87TD EVGA GTX460 4GB G-Skill 1600 7-7-7-24 
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60GB Agility SSD, 1TB Seagate 7200.11 Windows Ultimate 64 bit Corsair AX750 Fractal Design Black Pearl 
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Athlon II x4 640 Asus M4A87TD EVGA GTX460 4GB G-Skill 1600 7-7-7-24 
Hard DriveOSPowerCase
60GB Agility SSD, 1TB Seagate 7200.11 Windows Ultimate 64 bit Corsair AX750 Fractal Design Black Pearl 
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