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Why didn't I provide a link in the first post? Because I was hoping maybe you would just type x79 overclocking guide into the handy search function that ocn provides us with. And no that guy in the video knows just enough to get people like you that listen to him in trouble. I watched the video, laughing hysterically at the people that commented and took his advice to heart. Anyways since you cant seem to figure out that tricky search idea and continue to troll. Read this, the entire thing. Then type x79 overclocking guide into the input box right below the heading of the page and a huge list including brand/model specific guides will pop up. Now will the mods please lock this thread as its an obvious troll?

http://www.overclock.net/t/1189242/sandy-bridge-e-overclocking-guide-walk-through-explanations-and-support-for-all-x79-overclockers
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So everyone who question you, disagree with you, or have different opinions are trolls? Do you have to be an expert to ask questions here? I did a search, but as you might have noticed, this discussion started with a totaly different question, namely why Aida64 showed 4.4 even though I had OC'ed to 4.7GHz. I found the answer myself. If anyone is trolling here it is obviously you.

Thank you for the link btw.

I also suggest the mods lock and delete this thread as you have totaly destroyed it.
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No you questioned and touted everyone on here that said the same thing about your vcore. Not just me. Asking questions is one thing. But making claims that dispute what everyone has told you is a different ballgame. Good luck with your overclock and I hope for your sake that you didnt already kill that chip.
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Originally Posted by Hatfieco View Post

No you questioned and touted everyone on here that said the same thing about your vcore. Not just me. Asking questions is one thing. But making claims that dispute what everyone has told you is a different ballgame. Good luck with your overclock and I hope for your sake that you didnt already kill that chip.

Can you please point me to those claims? I questioned you, but didn't make any claims. If you have trouble being questioned about something I would sugest you don't enter such a discussion.
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