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Originally Posted by Peyotero View Post
My ambient temp on stock cooler, stock core HZ is around 40c (tis hot round here). I just didn't run prime95 till now. Should I set my 2600k back to 4.6hz and see what prime95 has to say about it?

EDIT: uh oops my bad the 90c under load wasn't on stock clock but 4.6hz. I failed to read the data.
So temps on stock remained 40c while idle and 70c under prime95 load.

Still eyeing that Noctua 8-)
You'd better get a new cooler before you have to pay more than a cooler.
NH-D14 made my cpu temp drop 10c compared to 212+.
So I'm not even sure how much drop you can see from stock but I bet it'll be a lot lol.
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post #22 of 23
hahaha i see i see interesting ill check the site out
sorz im slightly behind on tech

but yea my point is you can hit 4GHz and slightly over very easily on stock fan h/s + fan... but any higher then go get something else :L
Edited by wwwsam - 7/19/11 at 11:00pm
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Please don't oc with a stock cpu fan. You're just asking for trouble by doing so. Just wait until you can get a 3rd party heatsink.
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