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ill keep tyring with it and see how far i can push it. i think my stress test with just be cinebench for now lol
    
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ill keep tyring with it and see how far i can push it. i think my stress test with just be cinebench for now lol

That's what I use ^_^
 
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Probably not for 24/7 use..not out of the realm of possibilities..but the odds are against it ph34r-smiley.gif

As I'm typing this smack..my 24/7 OC is 4.36 ph34r-smiley.gif .I feel like a hypocrite.

Here's a protip:For achieving higher clocks,OCing cpu/nb is a must.

http://www.overclock.net/t/777378/official-gappos-little-deneb-thuban-overclocking-guide-with-too-many-smileys/0_20

^Best guide on the Interwebz
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You will ned a top of the line MoBo AND a golden chip to achieve so. Good luck. wink.gif
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Probably not for 24/7 use..not out of the realm of possibilities..but the odds are against it ph34r-smiley.gif
As I'm typing this smack..my 24/7 OC is 4.36 ph34r-smiley.gif .I feel like a hypocrite.

You have a good chip your not being a hypocrite.

Most of the 1090t and 1100t will hit a brick wall at 4.2 to 4.3. So the chances are very slim that you will be able to get 4.4 100% stable even on water.
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