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It will be worth every penny bro trust me I have the same board and I know how tight it is to fit a cooler like this but trust me it fits and works wonders!
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regardless...OP would be doing a HUGE disservice by not overclocking. There's no other reason for owning the 2600k. and it's odd that he already owned a 2500k...hyperthreading would have been the only difference, which makes sense....OP...keep rendering video, but my god, OC that 2600k...
Edited by PB4UGO - 11/5/11 at 12:17am
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Update Again:
I just went back into the UEFI, changed the overclock to 3.5ghz instead of 3.8 (only 1ghz more than stock), and rendering video temps are at like 72C.
Idle temps are at least way better than they were.

@PB4
I upgraded to the 2600k because I had been told by like...20+ people on two different boards, that the Hyper Threading would make a massive difference in the rendering times by itself; without even OC'ing. Looks like I was duped.
I always planned on OC'ing, but I haven't been able to yet today because the after-market cooler I bought didn't fit.

@fucinboss
I guess I'll have to take your word for it. If we both have the P8P67 (even though yours in Pro, mine is regular; they still have the same annoying heat sinks next to the CPU according to newegg pictures), then the fan you're talking about probably fits.
Money isn't really a problem, because I want to protect my 2600k as best I can.

I guess I'll just have to take a full evening of my time and spend the 5 hours that it takes to get my damn motherboard in place correctly. -_-
I was really hoping to not have to remove my motherboard, but I guess that is the only option ATM in order to get the CPU the cooling it deserves.

I guess in the end, the temperatures weren't really that bad; just the damn stock fan is super-fail. And I think you guys might be right that there might be some type of problem with the thermal paste connection.
It's just good to know nothing is wrong with my mobo or my CPU, which is what I was mainly concerned about at the beginning of this thread.

@Everybody so far
Thanks for your help everyone! If you have any other suggestions for faster rendering times, or if you have any fan recommendations that are both excellent and don't require the removal of the mobo, please let me know.

I don't know if any of you play any video games, but if you do, feel free to head on over to www.CleverNoob.com and request a game walkthrough as your reward for helping me. =]
That is the sole reason I am doing all this; to render faster videos, so that I can make professional-grade walkthroughs that help people.
So, I'd gladly do a full walkthrough of any game (ANY system, new or old) in return for all this help everyone has given me. =]
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you were not duped. you bought a fast processor. one of the fastest available right now.

please fill out the form after clicking "UserCP" at the top of this page...then click "Add System" and start typing...it'll be easier for everyone.

have faith...i'm enjoying Sony Vegas as i have for years now, and don't give up.

check my Vimeo page if you like to see some videos i've uploaded...the more recent, the better, quality wise...here's a sample:


Edited by PB4UGO - 11/5/11 at 12:48am
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I have the same processor and do nothing but video rendering with mine. A 10 mbps bitrate on your encodes is still very high. I do all my 1080p encodes at 5-6mbps as h.264 mp4 and they look 98% as good as the original but are much faster to do. Also Vegas may be using a really high h.264 profile, which will slow your encoding times quite a bit.

The 2600k is a beast of a chip for video work. My chip at stock was 20% faster than my overclocked 6 core AMD. Once you OC it, the difference is even higher.
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