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Let's start over:

I'm building a rig over on NewEgg.com. I'm going to include the e2180 and hopefully get it to 3.2GHz. So, I don't have this system yet.

I can't make any purchases until April, so I have quite a lot of time to learn. I'm currently considering my choice of a PSU (Silverstone ST50EF 500w), and I ran into this Wattage Calculator thanks to noobdown in another thread of mine. After calculating, it looks like 500w won't be enough, especially if the voltage ends up being 1.4 or more.

Please teach me. If I oc the e2180 to 3.2GHz, what should I expect the Vcore to be? I'm not asking for a precise answer. A range will do. Does it depend? Please educate me.
You can't just assume you have the same voltage as someone else. You have to test to see what your PC is stable at. Increasing your cpu to 3.2 may work with 1.3xxxv then again it might crash. The thread I linked has the voltage they were stable at. There is no answer to your question unless it's "which power supply for my PC". Then you'd need to list what components are going in and not what you plan to up the voltage to.
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Max vcore of 1.50v as long as temps are safe.
     
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Hmm, that makes sense. In that case, here's the system I plan on putting together so far:

Cooler Master Centurion 534
Silverstone ST50EF 500w
GIGABYTE GA-P35-DS3L
Pentium Dual-Core E2180
Arctic Freezer 7 Pro
Crucial Ballistix 2GB (2 x 1GB)
250GB SATA Barracuda OEM
MSI 8600GT OC Edition
Samsung SATA 20x DVD±R OEM
LG 16X IDE/ATA DVD-ROM (52X CD-ROM) OEM
Two 18" Okgear round SATA 3.0Gb/sec single 90-degree
One 18" Round Okgear IDE/ATA 133 cable

Here's my Public NewEgg Wish List. (everything is quantity of 1, except for a cable. If the system looks strange or messed up somehow, then please bring it to my attention so I can correct it. It looks fine on my end, but somebody else said I had qty. of 2 for ram, when it's qty. of 1).

Now after using that Extreme Outerversion calculator, I'm considering a 550 watt PSU.
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Hmm, that makes sense. In that case, here's the system I plan on putting together so far:

Cooler Master Centurion 534
Silverstone ST50EF 500w
GIGABYTE GA-P35-DS3L
Pentium Dual-Core E2180
Arctic Freezer 7 Pro
Crucial Ballistix 2GB (2 x 1GB)
250GB SATA Barracuda OEM
MSI 8600GT OC Edition
Samsung SATA 20x DVD±R OEM
LG 16X IDE/ATA DVD-ROM (52X CD-ROM) OEM
Two 18" Okgear round SATA 3.0Gb/sec single 90-degree
One 18" Round Okgear IDE/ATA 133 cable

Here's my Public NewEgg Wish List. (everything is quantity of 1, except for a cable. If the system looks strange or messed up somehow, then please bring it to my attention so I can correct it. It looks fine on my end, but somebody else said I had qty. of 2 for ram, when it's qty. of 1).

Now after using that Extreme Outerversion calculator, I'm considering a 550 watt PSU.
You don't really need a big power supply.This should be great for any single card set-up. It's currently the one I use and your set-up is similar. With the money saved I'd up my budget on the gpu. $80 more will get you a 8800 GT and would be twice what the 8600 is. But you should probably look at prices when you decide to buy. Things change quickly in PC hardware. Especially the prices they cost.
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No worries i think you will easily reach your goal. I suggest you do alot of reading, itll just prepare you a bit though it may not make any sense. But then when you are physically doing the oc you'll have a better idea of where to look.

As i said before i run @ 3.0 right now and my vcore is 1.34v

Im not sure why you have the ide drive in there i would ditch the ide devices.

the gigabyte board comes with 2 serial ata cables so i dont think you need to buy the extra one unless you swap the ide drive for a sata. plus keep in mind it only supports 2 ide drives

alot will change between now and april so . I would hang around in the intel forum read the ds3l official thread here and you will learn a ton about your board and what people are doing with it.

Chances are all your curious about has been asked. I log in alot and just read open like 5 tabs or whatever and read.
    
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You should never go above 1.5v...unless you know what you're doing.

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No worries i think you will easily reach your goal. I suggest you do alot of reading, itll just prepare you a bit though it may not make any sense. But then when you are physically doing the oc you'll have a better idea of where to look.

As i said before i run @ 3.0 right now and my vcore is 1.34v

Im not sure why you have the ide drive in there i would ditch the ide devices.

the gigabyte board comes with 2 serial ata cables so i dont think you need to buy the extra one unless you swap the ide drive for a sata. plus keep in mind it only supports 2 ide drives

alot will change between now and april so . I would hang around in the intel forum read the ds3l official thread here and you will learn a ton about your board and what people are doing with it.

Chances are all your curious about has been asked. I log in alot and just read open like 5 tabs or whatever and read.
I had the IDE drive in there since my mobo only comes with two SATA cables, and I already have two SATA drives (HDD, and DVD Writer). But I switched it to a SATA now that I am buying SATA cables.

Speaking of the extra cables, I want right-angle cables because of how the 3.5" internal bays are oriented sideways (see the 534's photos). People have complained in the 534's reviews that it makes their 180 SATA cables get squished up against the side panel, which I do not like one bit.

Also, I already know that it only supports 2 ide dev's. I have carefully reviewed all the specs of the DS3L. Even though it doesn't seem like it, I'm quite smart.

Most importantly, thank you for the link to the DS3L thread. I haven't looked at it yet, but I know this will help a great deal! That was very cool of you.

Also, I've been assuming that my questions have been asked every since I came here. I always check to see if it's been answered, but it seems impossible to tell by using the provided search feature when making a new thread.

And 5 tabs? Ha, I tend to have more open when I'm on here.

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You don't really need a big power supply.This should be great for any single card set-up. It's currently the one I use and your set-up is similar. With the money saved I'd up my budget on the gpu. $80 more will get you a 8800 GT and would be twice what the 8600 is. But you should probably look at prices when you decide to buy. Things change quickly in PC hardware. Especially the prices they cost.
If I went with an 8800 GT, and since I will likely keep my system on 24/7, and I plan to keep it for over a year, I believe I'll stick with a 500w. In fact, I'd be considering a 550w with an 8800GT. But if you know this is incorrect, then correct me with some education. As you can tell, I need it!

Finally, that Corsair does look like a really good psu. I'll definitely keep that one in mind! Thank you!
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So, would it have been correct for me to ask, "which voltage should I shoot for to get to 3.2GHz" (I have sinced learned that it's not that black and white)? I mean, when I finally get my system and begin overclocking, should I expect to be setting the voltage just to see how high the FSB and operating frequency can go without overheating?? After that question, what do you guys call it instead of operating frequency?...
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that would be clock speed
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It took 1.455 (bios) for me to get 3.2Ghz on my e2180.
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