This build is a mixture of old parts from a 3 year old AMD 965BE build and a new board and processor with a pair of 660 Tis. The Tis are actually mixed manufacturer parts.
1 is an EVGA SuperClocked part from Best Buy and was had @$246 inclusive of tax ($230 without).
The other is a PNY 660 Ti that I picked up for $206 with Tax ($197 without). These 2 steals inspired the Motherboard and CPU upgrade.
**** (Changed) Both 660Tis are clocked at +53MHZ above their stock cores. The 3570K is @4.6GHz. Ram is @1333MHz (1.5v) .
I know...I know.....Terrible cable management. The Old Antec 900 case doesn't lend itself too well to cable management without cutting out a few holes. I am yet to be motivated enough to do so....
OC Settings (Stable & see Pics for complete OC Settings):
CPU Ratio : All Core : 46
BCLK : 100
Additional Turbo Voltage : +0.004
CPU Voltage : Fixed mode : 1.325V
CPU Load-Line calibration : Level 2
CPU PLL Voltage : 1.709V
Additional settings can be found in the Pics of the OC Bios Settings
*** I removed the GPU overclock. When playing I noticed that the drivers automatically OCd the slower PNY Card seemingly to a temp target of 80C (Voltage target is set to 100% in PrecisionX). So the PNY which boosts at stock to 980MHz actually runs at ~1050 - 1110MHz under load without a manual OC. Still not the EVGA Card's 1137MHz but good enough on stock coolers.