The motherboard is worried about 100% stability, but you can be 100% stable going against what the motherboard tells you. For Example, my motherboard tells me that 2.1 Volts is too much for my RAM, when it is really the stock voltage. As long as it is stable, a lower vCore is perfectly fine.
I would advise against the Big Typhoon due to it's size and ability to actually break a motherboard. It's a great cooler if you don't move your computer at all. I would recommend a Tuniq Tower 120 or a Zalman CNPS 9700, also I have heard good thinks about the ThermalTake Utlra 120 if you mount a good fan to it.
Ok here are the results, i lowered the vcore temp to 1.325 and the fsb volt to 1.2 instead of 1.3.
the cpu temp got to 64C after 8 minutes of ORTHOS test.
I guess the computer is stable but still gets too hot.
the multi here is 6 or 7, no 8.
and according to the Probe II i have here the CHASSIS 1 is at 41 RPM (no idea what that means, explanation please)
and also the POWER is at 41 RPM.
both are red colored, the rest are ok i think because they are colored in green.