Originally Posted by Vispor
I'm being serious. It just seems boring to me to simply up a multi add some voltage and that's that. I know if I buy one of those chips, I'll hit around 4.5 ghz and it'll run fine.
What's the fun in that?!
Yes, overclocking the 2500K and 2600K can
be this easy and it can
be this simple. However, you can still make it as complex as you want. You can still adjust the BCLK in increments of 000.01MHz, etc. You can go nuts if you want to.
It is completely up to you. You can make overclocking 2500K and 2600K very simple and easy, or you can make it very complex and time-consuming. It just depends on your style.
So they are exactly the opposite of "boring".
Therefore, if you don't want boring, then don't get a CPU that doesn't allow you this much freedom. Instead, get either a 2500K or 2600K.Edited by TwoCables - 10/14/11 at 3:46am