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So I finally got my 4820K and 4960X yesterday, and my new boards that died:mad: were swapped out this morning, so this weekend I'll be clocking and messing around.

I am not a fan of watercooling, so I will be using a Zalman Resorator 3 Max and a Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme.
What sort of clocks should I be aiming for with the above mentioned coolers? How are temps on Ivy E?

Thanx for any and all info smile.gif
Edited by Clockster - 9/19/13 at 11:30am
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Aim for 4.5Ghz to start, temps are slightly lower than sandy bridge-e
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