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How does this Intel Burn Stress test look

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Need some help understanding this and if the results are any good. I know i need more ram that's for sure and the rig is coming on 3years old.


CPU Overclocked Intel® Core™i5-4670k Quad Core (3.40GHz @ max 4.20GHz)

Processor Cooling Corsair H60 Hydro Series High Performance CPU Cooler

Memory (RAM) 8GB KINGSTON HYPER-X GENESIS DUAL-DDR3 1600MHz, X.M.P (2 x 4GB KIT)
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All good. If you haven't already you might want to consider overclocking the CPU for a overall performance boost.
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post #3 of 7
Seems pretty similar to my 4670K overclocking results, mine runs much hotter because I've got a Hyper 212X air cooler.

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Id say be careful not to allow any component to get over 80 °c. You run the risk of frying them and or severely reducing the life expectancy of your rig.
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Well it's overclocked to 4.20Ghz what do you think i could get it to, i'll check for a program that will let me overclock it more. I've already overclocked my GPU, but just need to be careful as the CPU temp is getting very high
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Since an overclock, was hoping for more but anything over 20 was to unstable for my system frown.gif But an improvement none the less smile.gif
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Originally Posted by MacWhinny View Post

Id say be careful not to allow any component to get over 80 °c. You run the risk of frying them and or severely reducing the life expectancy of your rig.

I have always run my 4670K at stock speeds, the reason I overclocked it is to test the limits of the chip.
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