guys I guess we kinda have to nicer to the "newbies" that come around here. Its not good to have people who recently joined to want to leave again, thats not the point of overclock.net. However, Chapperz, I think you may also want to take a step back, people are here to help, not insult you. We are taking time out of our daily lives to help people like you. So lets just calm it down shall we?
As for the overclocking. You have a i7 870, with an Asus P55 mobo, and thats actually a pretty nice rig, along with the 570 to finish things up.
If you plan on overclocking, its first important to understand the cooling capabilities you have. Do you have a good cooler? How are the load temps at stock now? I recommend running prime95 to test load temps and stability.
If temps are in the high 70s or surpassing 80s, I would not recommend overclocking, as you have reached your temperature threshold, however, if your temps are below 70 you may have a chance at OCing.
I would recommend reading up the forums on overclock.net, there should be some good guides on OCing. I recommend searching for a guide that helps you OC your 870 along with a guide on how to use the BIOS.
you seem to be a newbie about computers, but as time passes and you learn more stuff, you'll learn to enjoy the satisfactions of overclocking and reaching your maximum stable oc.
EDIT: Just read your other posts, it turns out you already have gotten your OC, however your temps seem to be a bit on the high side, I may recommend lowering the voltage, and check load temps, or you could buy a better cooler. anywho, good luck!Edited by ThriftyPo - 5/13/13 at 6:03am