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good thinking...yeah definatley not good...your going to need to invest in some aftermarket cooling to get the kind of speeds your shooting for safley wink.gif

Yeah even at 4.0 using the asrock optimized setting im hitting the 80c mark right away. though It should be find for everyday use till I can get a cooler. I've heard good things about the hyper 212+. My goal is to run 2 20% OC SLI 56ti's and have my i5 at around 4.7 - 4.8.
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i run mines with hyper 212+ and 2fans and i have mines set up to 5ghz everyday use and my reaches 71-75C on Prime after about 8hours
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you're all good mate. thumb.gif
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Don't use software to overclock the CPU. It's not as reliable or as effective. Take off the skirt and go into the BIOS like a man.

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When it comes to enthusiast computing. NO person or courses can teach you about this.
The most adept way to be come... well adept. is to learn from first hand experiance.
no college can teach you about sub cultures. including enthusiast computing. We're an elite breed. our experience and technical skill far surpasses that of most of these 20 year veteran It techs.
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Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
128GB Crucial M4 SATA III  Samsung blu-ray Coolermaster hyper 212+ Windows 7 home premium 64-bit 
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Samsung syncmaster 2243 22" 1680X1050 Das keyboard ultimate silent II Rosewill HIVE series-650W Lancool PC-K62 'Dragonlord' 
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When it comes to enthusiast computing. NO person or courses can teach you about this.
The most adept way to be come... well adept. is to learn from first hand experiance.
no college can teach you about sub cultures. including enthusiast computing. We're an elite breed. our experience and technical skill far surpasses that of most of these 20 year veteran It techs.
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