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My goal is around 4.5-4.6ghz.
You can get that with any chip, my three friends all have SB setups and all use either a H50-70 or a standard air cooler and have temps under 60.

4.5 can be done with ease, you shouldn't worry.
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"Most" How i can be so sure about it that i will get a good cpu?i am afraid of getting a bad 2600k there was some dude here that had problems to pass 3.8ghz with 2600k lol
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post #23 of 37
you should have said that already. you ain't need a golden chip for that kind of OC. just get a 2600 and start OCing .
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"Most" How i can be so sure about it that i will get a good cpu?i am afraid of getting a bad 2600k there was some dude here that had problems to pass 3.8ghz with 2600k lol
There is no way that a non-moron couldnt get 3.8. You could smash your face on they keyboard and get a stable 3.8.

But what everyone is saying is true, batch numbers are not the indicator they were with Bloomfields/Westmeres. You have to roll the dice or buy a used chip that someone has tested.
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You could smash your face on they keyboard and get a stable 3.8.
The 2600k turbos to 3.8 stock?
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why are you getting a 2600k. You should save the money get the 2500k, they O.C better with less voltage. See intel says don't go over 1.375 volts, and if you get a good 2500k you could get 4.8ghz under, with a air cooler. Check out ebay they have some tested oc 2500k&2600k chips. Other wise its a bit of a random out come...
Where did you read that?

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"Most" How i can be so sure about it that i will get a good cpu?i am afraid of getting a bad 2600k there was some dude here that had problems to pass 3.8ghz with 2600k lol
My batch is L101B540
And I've had it at 4.944GHz playing Mafia2 PhysX on max
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there's about a 30-40% chance in a 2600k you will get a dud, that needs too much voltage to get to 4.6ghz. And remember all the suppliers are sifting through the chips so even less....
post #28 of 37
You honestly need not worry, getting to 4.5ghz on either a 2500k or 2600k is childs play, just be sure to get a good reputable motherboard as a solid foundation for all your other componants
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You honestly need not worry, getting to 4.5ghz on either a 2500k or 2600k is childs play, just be sure to get a good reputable motherboard as a solid foundation for all your other componants
my motherboard is asus maximus iv extreme..so you guys are saying i dont need to worry about getting 4.6ghz?or should i ask my friend if he got 49 number..before i take the unknown cpu?
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why are you getting a 2600k. You should save the money get the 2500k, they O.C better with less voltage. See intel says don't go over 1.375 volts, and if you get a good 2500k you could get 4.8ghz under, with a air cooler. Check out ebay they have some tested oc 2500k&2600k chips. Other wise its a bit of a random out come...
Dont listen to this. Fubar

1. They overclock the same
2. Those ebay chips are being offered to nieve, numpties who believe that custard is nuclear
3. 99% of us on ocn who have a 2500k/2600k are running perfectly safe stable overclocks above 1.375v and have been doing so since release day.
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