Originally Posted by vrdriver4l
LOL Done and did that i guess if i upgrade ill just go with a celeron D and oc tahe shit out of it lol there only 50 bucks anyway. Thanks for all your help guys it is greatly appreciated.
Just make sure if you OC, you use proper cooling and that your new CPU is compatible with your current board (socket type).
If you've seen some results of overclocking, it can damage more than your CPU (extreme overclocking videos on Google, with no HS). I don't think you'd push it that far.. but OC'ing the CPU without proper cooling will obviously burn it out.