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2500k or 2600k for editing HD video? - Page 2

post #11 of 12
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Originally Posted by ComradeNF;14608939 
It's not him, it's me. I don't feel comfortable OCing someone else's PC, let alone mine.

Thanks for all of the suggestions people, 2600k it is.

I respect that tbh.

Should your overclock become unstable and cause him alot of problems or it cause a hardware problem it could cause a lot of upset so by leaving it all stock it means it cant be your fault if it (touch wood it doesnt) should screw up its not your fault.......Unless you did something wrong ofc. biggrin.gif
post #12 of 12
as someone else said, no reason to get the k designation if you aren't going to overclock.

Save some green and get a 2600 thumb.gif
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