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Is it good for an E4300 @ 3400 MHz?(Thermaltake TMG i1)

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I Plan to upgrade my computer, and I wanna buy an E4300 and plan to overclock it up to 3400MHz with air cooling.(probably I will need to overvoltage it to 1.5 for an stabe overclock)
I prefer to use Thermaltake TMG i1 for about 25$.
(http://www.thermaltake.com/product/C...0/cl-p0370.asp)
so is it efficient and is it good choice for this work!!!??

Thanks in advance!!!
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it could work, but you can get better coolers for the price, like the arctic cooling freezer 7 pro. if you have more money, try for the top of the line like a thermaltake ultra 120 extreme, which run about 65 us.
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getting that processor above 3000mhz is based on luck...and i doubt that cooler will handle the voltage increase it's gonna take to get to 3.4...
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post #4 of 5
you will need at least a Tuniq Tower or Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme, and Lapped it, to get 3.4 on a 4300. LOL its not as easy as ocing a celly d. believe me...

and most 4300's cant reach 3.4 anyway.
    
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i have that heatsink. my rig can hit ~3.5 but takes a lot of voltage to be stable... >1.5vcore
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