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there is no value in that, if you are lurking here.. this isn't stock.net...

as you will likely toss the thing in the recycling when you get the "bug"

how many in this thread are running within the means of a 212.. i can't think of more then a half dozen.

the 212 IS an OLD product, these chips were not a thing when that cooler was designed. an old q6600 can top these things out.

if you catch that Bug that most people catch.. its going to turn into an expensive paper weight in months.

I can count more ppl that this has happened to then the amount of people running their chips within those means.

The beautiful thing is that if you do catch the bug, you can upgrade the 212 to something better and use it in a friend or family member's machine.
If you don't catch the bug, then you can enjoy your relatively small overclock in relative quiet.
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I've never had a 212, I got a phanteks 14 dual tower cooler when I built my rig because I wanted to keep temps down and I didn't know what I was doing. My 8350 never got hot, I left all the stock settings in bios after 3-4 failed overclocking attempts as I didn't know what I was doing. I feel as though this thread with the 212 has taken a bit of a dive like when people discuss intel vs AMD, both are good in their own ways and the eternal wars between one object/prefference/etc has become so old to me now I literally hate any time it is brought up, the most common I deal with daily? Mac vs pc for graphic design. It's just a preference in reality but you get people trying to justify why they do what.

Tl;Dr - If someone wants to try a 212, fine, once they start to learn more and more they'll upgrade, I couldn't care less, it isn't my preference but I can understand why someone would pick one up.

Can we drop it now and talk about something useful like how heat rising in a case isn't the same as heat rising in a room or something?
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hi there! can someone tell me if this is good RAM settings if i can say that..or should i try to tweak it more and if yes..in which way? RAM is Dominator 1600 C9. 1.65V



and btw, here is mine case from inside and custom car radiator from inside. i know that it doesn't look beauty but..it works smile.gif



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why bother, they aren't far from each other. the sonic difference is really the only difference.
The noise difference is a big draw, but again, for $30, you can take your 8320 to 4.2 or thereabouts very easily.

We're talking value here, no?

there is no value in that, if you are lurking here.. this isn't stock.net...

Not everyone is ultra-hardcore-5ghz mode. p4inkill3r is exactly right, for a small OC with low-noise and low cost the 212 is nearly unbeatable except by a few coolers that are lesser known but in the same category.

See all aspects, not the limited ones that you believe in. If you can not understand that, then do not give advice, you have too much tunnel vision to be helpful to anyone.

When did i say go for 5ghz? hmm?? assumptions are worse then tunnel vision thumb.gif

for less then 5$ more.. phanteks TC-12dx can be found and is vastly superior, especially under load.

did i say in that post you need exotic cooling? no.

your condescension is astounding.
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You are right but its not only Flail to be honest.

There are more people with the same kind of talk that never own that cooler so they have no point of reverence IMO.

I actually did own that cooler and to be honest its an pretty good cooler for a single tower and especially at its price point. I did run it with 2 120mm CM sickle flow fans and it could maintain a decent overclock on my FX 6200.

I think i could run 4.4-4.5 max on my 8350, depending on the volts of course.
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1 Good power supply. 2. A good motherboard. Gigabyte 990FX-UD5 or Asus Sabertooth or better. AsRock Extreme 9 WONT cut it. 3. Custom Loop water cooling. (Unlikely to hit 5GHz on a CLC) 4. A chip Capable of reaching 5 GHz (8320E seems to be a good bet for that ATM) 5. A knowledge of OC'ing. 6. A bit of luck as with any OC.

Don't forget Gigabyte 990FX-UD3 rev.4
    
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The result?
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I bumped CPU LLC up to Ultra High as she was failing on one core after a while and I got it sitting pretty.

So now I'm nudging it up to 5 wink.gif

Currently stressing at 4921.5Mhz (218 x 22.5) with 1.5v under load @ 54.6C on the core and 57C on the socket.

C'mon little chip, I know you can do it!
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I bumped CPU LLC up to Ultra High as she was failing on one core after a while and I got it sitting pretty.

So now I'm nudging it up to 5 wink.gif

Currently stressing at 4921.5Mhz (218 x 22.5) with 1.5v under load @ 54.6C on the core and 57C on the socket.

C'mon little chip, I know you can do it!


hope u do
try 1.53-1.55
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