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Intel 2700k OC help

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I am preety noob on OC and i have watched some guides on the net about OC my CPU (2700k) .
I see that i can achieve some realy high clock speeds but i am still wondering about the multiplier and base clock OC difference . what should i prefer and why ?my rig operates 10-14 hours per day so its not going to be 24/7 . now with factory settings and an h100 cooling him it runs at 27-29C at idle and about 40C on load . what are the recommending settings to work 4.1-4.5 ghz ? thank you for your time
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Hi killerbee

On a 2700k you should only overclocking by increasing the multiplier, and leave the base clock at stock (100mhz). Overclocking the multiplier is alot easier than the base clock since it literally only overclocks the cpu speed, whereas overclocking the base clock not only increases cpu speed, but it also overclocks other peripherals inside the pc which is not what you really want to be doing, since those other peripherals wont overclock nearly as much as the cpu will.

For 4.1 - 4.5ghz I would say you should be looking at between 1.2 - 1.3v on average. I made a guide to overclocking a 2700k if you need any help:

www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/1100100-info-intel-2500k-2600k-overclocking-tips.html
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Thank you very much for your response . seeing your guide views i guess ill find everything there .
Lets do this smile.gif
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No problem, let me know how you get on!

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