Originally Posted by krazyq
forget the e6550
get the e2200 instead and you can oc it to 2.6ghz easily on stock volts. It can get way higher if you start raising volts if u want.
Dont ever get a psu that comes with a case.
Get the fsp 450W psu and a case of your own choice.
I guess if he got his 2180 over 3GHz, he would be able to do it here too. You (krazyq) might not have had this experience, but whenever you build a computer for someone, you now become their support for that computer. Overclocking (even when done "right") reduces system stability. So, the more problems that come up, them more phone calls, emails, etc you get.
I would normally agree with not using a PSU that comes with your case. However, Antec make decent PSUs. And the ones that come with their cases are fine for low-mid range builds.
I also used this case as an example (which I should have originally stated) and not an absolute requirement. Perhaps you could suggest something (via a link) that you think would also be suitable.
Antec New Solution NSK 3480 MicroATX Tower Review » Page 8 - Testing( Power Supply) - Overclockers Club