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Setting the bar even Higher....

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Thread Starter 
I know this will seem a tad ridiculous, but i am looking to overclock a Core 2 Duo, e8400 to 4.00 Ghz, but only to use as the processor for either a NAS Box, running FREENAS, or a Router, lan and wireless, running PFSence. i have the CPU i just need the Mobo, RAM and a tiny sized 10000 rpm drive for the OS or more if i decide to run with the NAS idea. Any advise, criticism, or input on what you guys think.
post #2 of 6
Why?

If you had speedstep enabled it'd sit at base clock for 99.999% of it's life in a NAS or router environment anyway.
post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 
because it would be funny to sit here and say that my everything is overclocked.

si ****s and giggles.
post #4 of 6
He isn't here to be questioned, He's here to ask for help, Either help him or go away.
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Samsung SSD 840 EVO Msata 250GB SanDisk SDSSDX120GG25 HGST 1TB Blu-Ray 
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OverCharged Cage fans Windows 8.1 + Virtual Machines Modified 1080P glossy IPS 60hz Stock 
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post #5 of 6
Thread Starter 
This man has the right idea!
post #6 of 6
So what exactly are you looking for help on?
If you are going to go out and buy a 775 mainboard and overpriced DDR2 it'd be more cost effective to get a bundle on a newer platform.
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Any advise, criticism, or input on what you guys think.
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He isn't here to be questioned, He's here to ask for help, Either help him or go away.

Glad to be criticized by someone with no reading comprehension. What sort of value does your post add, then?
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