Since I see you are building a new system, I have a couple of added suggestions:
1) Get a 2600K instead. For a trivial price premium, you will preserve your option to increase the multiplier from 34 to 40 and perhaps higher.
2) 1866 ram is overclocked ram which does little for you. It is for record seeking overclocking hobbyists. Get 1333 or 1600 ram which will perform within 1-2% in real application performance.
The reason I went with the 2600 and not the 2600k is VM support. The 2600k does not have Intel-VT technology.
I will switch the RAM out though. Thanks.