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What's the max I can expect from an 8320 with push-pull hyper 212 evo, 5 120mm case fans? A friend said it should do 4.5.
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Really depends on the chip. Push/ pull is a very good air setup with a 212 evo. I would say you could get 4.5+ easy. I was running my 2600k at 4.8 with a push/pull 212 plus at a max temp of 78c running prime 95. With the right fan config you should get 4.5+ thumb.gif
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Really depends on the chip. Push/ pull is a very good air setup with a 212 evo. I would say you could get 4.5+ easy. I was running my 2600k at 4.8 with a push/pull 212 plus at a max temp of 78c running prime 95. With the right fan config you should get 4.5+ thumb.gif

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With my 8350 and 212 evo I can get 4.4GHz fine but 4.5GHz gets a bit toasty (65C prime95 socket temp). It's okay with things like BF4 though, keeping at a nice 50-55C at the socket. As far as I know the recommended max temp for the socket is about 62C. It mostly comes down to the voltage your processor requires at them clocks. In contrast the same cooler handled my 3570K at 4.6GHz quite well.

When I added a second fan to do push-pull I only noticed about 2C lower temps.
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4.4 - 4.5, if you have a turbine for a computer case maybe better

these chips are stinkin hot..using a 2700k in comparison don't work.

95w tdp vs 125tdp. 30watts of heat makes a difference on a small cooler.
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4.4 - 4.5, if you have a turbine for a computer case maybe better

these chips are stinkin hot..using a 2700k in comparison don't work.

95w tdp vs 125tdp. 30watts of heat makes a difference on a small cooler.

Pretty much this.

I have a 2600k on an H-60 that can prime at 5 ghz and stay reasonably cool, but the H-60 wouldn't have a chance over 4.5 ghz or so on an 8 core Vishera.
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