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Originally Posted by Dragonsyph View Post

Oh that's cool, didn't even know you could do that, thanks for the information.  
Thats pretty much the only thing I know about PC building, and its purely from observation, thanks for watching out earlier with your first comment.

Originally Posted by Blameless View Post

Yes, with specifics depending on your CPU sample and what your definition of stability is.

The last few hundred MHz a part is reasonably capable of will dramatically increase power consumption and heat production, so a part that needs a pair of 360 radiators in a custom loop to be fully stable at 4.7GHz is probably going to be ok at 4.2-4.3GHz on high-end air.

I see.

Sorry to put you on the spot but I have been struggling with this question for a long time now. Its my first ever build, I know I will overclock it, at the same time I can not afford EK or Swiftech coolers. If you were building a PC, with multiple gpus (blower style) would you go for D15S or X61?

The case is Enthoo Primo by the way.

Many thanks!