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I'm thinking about switching to bigadv but wondering if I can make it with my OC at 4.4 - I am loving my low temps now and would rather not throw more volts through it.

If i keep it at 4.4 how long are we talking about to completion? is there any leeway in for maybe 30 min an hour a night of browsing?
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I'm thinking about switching to bigadv but wondering if I can make it with my OC at 4.4 - I am loving my low temps now and would rather not throw more volts through it.
If i keep it at 4.4 how long are we talking about to completion? is there any leeway in for maybe 30 min an hour a night of browsing?

you need at least 4.7ghz and let your pc fold untouched in order to meet the dead line of 6901 huge bigadv wu..4.8ghz better because you can get more room to upload your completed work..but the newest huge adv wu p8101 had been relesed this week.. 2500k, 2600k, 3930k cannot meet the deadlines..mad.gif
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