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Hello!

So yeah, got my new 2500k today in the mail and I've been fiddling around with it. Wanted to OC this fella to 4ghz for now since it is the K version but I'm wondering about my results...


As you can see in the screen shot, my temps are fine and all but if you look at IBT and speed column, are those results normal? Just wanting to ask since I've seen people have way more Gflops than that at 4ghz OC.

Oh yeah, before someone notes it, yeah the temp differences are huge but I ran out of tim so can't reseat until my new tim tube comes in the mail.
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You need to use the new IBT with the AVX instruction set. It is recommended for Windows 7 SP1.
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Originally Posted by DaJinx View Post
You need to use the new IBT with the AVX instruction set. It is recommended for Windows 7 SP1.
^ This ^

Your gflops will increase by a good bit. Your temps will also increase, probably by about 10c. Everything looks good so far. 4.0ghz is so easy to obtain, you need to go for something else...atleast 4.5ghz
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