PC Built (Help) (overclok)

Hello guys i'm new on this forums so i gonna Introduce myself....Im Bayoyonski im from NY, City and im looking for built a PC to overclock it so i want to know what you guys think about this Setup is this setup good enough to OVERCLOCK IT or i need to change any piece??
plis feel free to telling what i need to change, what is better than those pieces...im looking for HIGH QUALITY and PERFOMANCE thx all:

-OCZ Dual Channel 2048MB PC10600 DDR3 1333MHz Memory (2 x 1024MB) x2
-P5E3 Premium/WiFi-AP@n is an Intel X48.
-Intel Core 2 Quad Q9450 Processor BX80569Q9450 - 2.66GHz, 12MB Cache.
-Visiontek Radeon HD 4870 Video Card - 512MB GDDR5, PCI Express 2.0 x16, CrossFireX Ready.
-Western Digital Caviar SE16 500GB Hard Drive - 7200, 16MB, SATA-300, OEM.
-BFG BFGR800WPSULE 800-Watt Power Supply - Quad PCI-Express

Note: Down are the links of all the pieces, plis let me know what is better than those pieces.



http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3826350 --350

Video Card:
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/searchtools/item-Details.asp?EdpNo=3947462&sku=V261-4870&srkey=Radeon%20HD%204870 --300


Power Supply:
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  1. Deffo get yourself into Crossfire If your

    'looking for HIGH QUALITY and PERFOMANCE'
  2. but i want to know if those pieces are good for do what i want to do
  3. Also, consider getting a cpu cooler if you going to overclock
  4. I cant order from NewEgg cuz im outside of the USA Right now...i Born on NY but im at Dominican republic atm living here so i have no other choice...and about the DDR3 thing i want to spent that money because if in da future i wnat to change any piece like MEMORY TO ddr3 i will need to get a New MOBO know what i mean?
  5. overclock from the bios or windows programs such as easy tuner both have their merits. I prefer from the bios but many others prefer the stability that the windows program grant. Always check your overclock with a program, I believe occt to be one of the best. It found a ram stick error in about 3 minutes and I never could catch on memtest provided I ran it for over 24 hours.
  6. The performance difference between ddr2 and ddr3 is about 5% at most but you need to buy what you can justify. If you plan on keeping the ram then ddr3 is the choice for you
  7. I would totally forget about that RAM, it will perform terrible. The timings are so bad that I doubt that it will perform better than 533 Mhz DDR2 RAM. Also I would DEFINITELY get this power supply instead:
    That is one of the highest quality power supplies on the market, the one you linked is pretty bad. When it comes to power supplies the quality of it is as important as the wattage and amperage.
    Get that motherboard it supports DDR2 and DDR3. Then get yourself some decent DDR2 800mhz RAM and you are set, the rest of the system is great!
  8. Now forget DDR3
    DDR3 will shine wiyh Nehalem wich is not 775 socket processor
    There is no noticeabble increase in performance between DDR3 and DDR2 with 775 processors
    you are spending more than 400$ for nothing
    If you have the extra cash better to get another 4870
    or go for QX9650 processor
    Change ypur PSU to a better brand
    Western Digital Caviar SE16 WD6400AAKS 640GB 7200 RPM 16MB Cache is better than the one you picked
    This combination is amazing and better than your selection
    ASUS P5Q Deluxe LGA 775 Intel P45 Intel Motherboard 210$ on newegg
    mushkin 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 1066 (PC2 8500) 110$ on newegg
  9. When you say overclocking, how much overclocking? Dynamic overclocking, sub-zero overclocking or what? If your looking at serious overclocking that setup is flawed, if your looking at a mild overclock I suggest you ensure the mobo/bios/ram situation has been sorted for you already because people are getting stuck with RAM.

    "change any piece like MEMORY TO ddr3 i will need to get a New MOBO know what i mean? "

    I don't know what you mean but I think your saying you want a mobo that will support at least 1333Mhz which most late model mainboards do anyhow. If you going to get ram for a high overclock I suggest going some Micron D9 ic's like Corsair DHX TWIN3X4096-1600C7DHXIN because with a locked multi your going to want to at least hit a 400Mhz FSB to give you 3.2Ghz unless you want a memory divider which you can then go some good ddr2-800Mhz
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