Is it possible for me to over clock my i7 2600 non "k" processor, or MUST I have the "k" chip? Thanks for any replies. By the way, I would be over-clocking my work computer, which is in my soggy below. I do 3D solid modeling a.k.a. modern day CAD work. The application I run, Solidworks, can never have enough CPU behind it. Oh, I have an H70 cooler, hope that helps.
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8/15/11 at 4:43pm