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Old 09-03-2006, 02:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm getting one of these in a few weeks, and was wondering, how much of an overclock could I get on stock voltage and cooling?
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why not up the voltage???? that is half the part of overclocking. I hear from everyone that they are INSANE overclockers.

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im getting one too, and from what ive read on reviews they can get to 2.59 easily with stock cooling, i don't know about voltage.
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o ya, if you can get a good aftermarket cooler. You're looking at 3.0ghz easy.
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why not up the voltage???? that is half the part of overclocking. I hear from everyone that they are INSANE overclockers.

They are truley beasts
I'm just curious. I will be upping the voltage, but i'm wondering how well it will performwithout having to
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i give it 2.6 on stock voltage.. something around that area
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wow, they are beasts at overclocking. glad im getting one.
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Just make sure you have RAM and a mobo that can keep up. With a multi of x7 you get to a high FSB quick. With a decent board and PC6400 RAM, 2.8 is almost standard with ~1.4 vcore or so.
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