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I ran 4.3Ghz with the stock cooler for about a week until I could get a bracket for my H50. I had to drop the voltage quite a bit to get acceptable temps though. I was running 4.3 at 1.225V (ish). I also had a ton of air flying by the heatsink
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post #12 of 12
I tried the same thing myself out of curiousity whilst desiding what cooler to get.. I ended up paying more for the cooler then i did for the cpu lol

But hopefully it will last a few upgrades, and (so far) im highly impressed with it.
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