Alright, got everything installed and running. Took me a little while cuz I had to re-do my water cooling loop and then I formatted my OS HDD so had to re-install Windows and all the software. Board has been performing great so far. The only trouble I had was at first was with the chipset drivers when I installed a fresh copy of Win XP SP1, installing the drivers made my mouse and keyboard (connected by USB) non-functional. So I installed SP2 and then the Chipset drivers, and now my mouse and keyboard would work but the drivers wouldn't work at all (no internet, no nothing). Anyway, I haven't done a lot overclocking yet, but so far I've found the best 24/7 OC to be a 3.3GHz with 1.4312v in BIOS. Actual vcore (after vdroop) is 1.39v during Idle and 1.38v under load. The difference in voltage to keep the OC stable between 3.3 and 3.4GHz is so significant that it's just not worth it, so I'll be keeping my E6600 at 3.3GHz. However, I will be Ocing higher just to find the max OC I can get. Here are some pics of my setup: Here are some screen shots of my load and idle temps. These were taken with a room temp of 27C. I know idle temps aren't that great, but the load temps and delta are pretty sweet. CPU Idle: CPU Load: GPU Idle: GPU Load: Special thanks to Rob for helping me choose my mobo.