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I realise that the limited overclocking potential of the locked Haswells has been reduced even further vs SB/IB. Can anyone confirm that you can still force the 4771 to turbo at 3.9GHz with four cores loaded? (or at the least confirm that the 4770 can do this). I've been getting the impression from a couple of articles that there is no turbo overclocking at all. If so, I'm also wondering how Asus' 'Multicore Enhancement' (and equivalents) will act in this case.
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