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I can manually change the vcore in the bios, (right now it is set to auto). But, as I understand it, with higher voltage, comes higher temps, so I figured i'd just leave it be until I get my CPU cooler and do some serious overclocking.
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You'll probably have to settle for 3.5-3.6. 3.8GHz is achievable with watercooling, but likely not with air. Stay below 60C for long term operation, but for benchmarking you can get a bit higher for short amounts of time (like 65C for a 3DMark run)

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I can manually change the vcore in the bios, (right now it is set to auto). But, as I understand it, with higher voltage, comes higher temps, so I figured i'd just leave it be until I get my CPU cooler and do some serious overclocking.
Agreed. Leave volts alone until you get unstable overclocking that thing. I have an old(er) E6600, and I have to pump up the volts rather quickly,...
    
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Cool, thanks

What would be a good water cooling system that can handle two gpu's and a cpu. Under $500
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No idea.. I'd post a new thread in the water cooling section. I think there are plenty choices in that price range.
    
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yeah, sorry will do
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