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give it a week or so and i will have my full watercooliung loop back up and working. then i can push the chip to its limits biggrin.gif
post #12 of 14
Auto voltage selection has gotten "better" then it used to be. In the past, selecting auto voltage usually meant the PC won't boot. Now, it just means the voltage will be insanely high to make sure the PC boots no matter what tongue.gif.
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post #13 of 14
I currently run my 4670k at 4.5 ghz on 1.21v and that's just a bit better than average. There are few better performing chips in the haswell overclocking thread. You should check it out on how to overclock that bad boy properly.
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I will do tobiman. i just cant wait to put this sucker underwater XD
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