If you want to push some more out of your X2 check out the link I provided above to increase your vCore, vDimm and Chipset voltages. *I think it would be wise for me to say that I take no credit nor blame for anything that happens
voltmodding is dangerous and actually pretty irresponsible, but yes I would do it if my mobo didn't already give me way too much voltage* anyways, if you go single core AMD s939, I would get a 3000+ Venice for cheap or a 3700+ San Diego if you actually plan to use the system and not just sell the CPU once you are done OCing it, if you happen to have gobs of cash, it seems that the new FX60 is a VERY good overclocker, hitting 3.2GHz with the stock AMD heatsink in a review I read yesterday.
"Without much trouble we reached 3GHz with stock voltages. Upping the voltage to 1.5 we were able to reach just under 3.2GHz. We are working on a more thorough set of overclocking tests including high end air, and phase change cooling."
They did use water cooling but note that he said 3GHz on stock voltages so that means even the stock heatsink should do fine, 1.5vCore would still be fine with the stock heatsink. Judging by the CPUz SS I would say that the stock voltage is 1.3125 (1.312 in CPUz) which is astoundingly low, especially considering they hit 3GHz without touching it!http://amdzone.com/modules.php?op=mo...page&artid=222