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Name/of manufacturer/Model Number
Manufacturer/Model number of Motherboard (incl version)
Other Spec's like RAM (make, model, size, speed, 'DDR' type)
And what you are expecting to achieve. While that CPU should OC well, not all boards can/will. Even at best, you will not approach the computing power of a truely modern system. I had an E2160 on a modern board and was able to get a decent OC on it (I think I got it up to 2.8GHz and have heard it get over 3.0 on some boards and the 2180 should be capable of more), but the E7500 I just put in and OC'd can run circles around it (and I suspect your board will not be able to run that new of a chip. (I got the E2160 basically free in another deal and decided to use it temporarily on a newer build until the money was available and I could find just the right deal.)
You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.
If all else fails, read instructions.