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What kind of an overclock should I expect?

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Currently I'm stuck with the stock intel cooler frown.gif get in an h100 in the next couple weeks, in exited to overclock this just wondering what kind of an overclock I can expect from this 2700k. Currently I'm at 4.1ghz & 1.175v.

Edit: btw getting a h100
Edited by Thegamer2010 - 9/23/12 at 1:57pm
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A broken one.
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Currently I'm stuck with the stock intel cooler frown.gif get in an h100 in the next couple weeks, in exited to overclock this just wondering what kind of an overclock I can expect from this 2700k. Currently I'm at 4.1ghz & 1.175v.
Edit: btw getting a h100

5GHz easy with the saber.

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A broken one.

wut? you're better than that.
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I read this as him trying to OC on the stock cooler. If I am mistaken I am sorry.

If you try to OC on the stock cooler... :: gets infraction ::

You cannot guage what you should expect under any kind of cooling before being familair with your chip. Athlough having better cooling will help you handle clocks requiring more voltage, this wont help us tell you what to expect.

The board and H100 are capable enough support a 5ghz CPU. However the 2700K you have might just suck too much.

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I read this as him trying to OC on the stock cooler. If I am mistaken I am sorry.
If you try to OC on the stock cooler... :: gets infraction ::
You cannot guage what you should expect under any kind of cooling before being familair with your chip. Athlough having better cooling will help you handle clocks requiring more voltage, this wont help us tell you what to expect.
The board and H100 are capable enough support a 5ghz CPU. However the 2700K you have might just suck too much.
edit: made a few edits with the edit button.

oh, i see. true, the stock cooler that comes with sb is like half the size as that of the first gen i7 coolers. but with the h100 you should be able to get decent temps.
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Alright so good hopes for 5ghz, lol I'm not trying to overclock on stock cooler. Was just trying to get a good judgement on what go expect from my current 4.1ghz @1.175v
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