Last night I finally got around to swapping out my D805 for the $59 e2140 I bought a few months ago. Start-up is noticeably faster than when I had the D805 in it. I overclocked the e2140 to 2.4gHz by selecting "manual" for timing the frontside bus to 300mHz, but it was unstable when I went up to 375mHz on the FSB. I haven't had an opportunity to play around with voltage yet or any FSB setting in between 300 and 375 (although plenty of people are reporting being able to keep theirs stable up to 400mHz, which will give you 3.2gHz.
With the old D805 cooled with an Asus heatsink/fan, at stock speeds, I was usually at 55 or 56 C for CPU core temperatures at idle, a few degrees warmer after gaming, which a) was too high; and b) made my PC too loud since I felt I had to crank the fans to deal with that heat. While the comparison is somewhat flawed because I cannot tell how much of the difference is the new CPU or the new HSF I bought, an Arctic Freezer 7 Pro, with the new e2140, my temperatures are down 50% - it idles between 21 and 26 degrees C and after two hours of stress-testing with Prime95, the temperature under load only goes up to around 31 C.