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Does the 2700k is more easy to overclock than 2600K?

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The 2700Ks are supposedly better overclockers, but don't go expecting anything.

Overclocking is all luck, depends on the exact chip you receive some are good some are bad.
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Its 100% about luck.
    
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Stick with what you got, you're fine.
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Yeah, wait for Ivy Bridge in April if you're looking to upgrade. Then you don't have to get a new motherboard! Win. biggrin.gif
     
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