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You're confused and misguided. Rewind the clock and pay careful attention to the facts. You were the person speculating that an E4300 could not attain a stable 2.8ghz without removing the IHS. I simply questioned you on it and you got your panties in an uproar. Every post you linked as "proof" that E4300s struggle to achieve 2.8ghz also contain a greater number of posters stating they obtained higher clocks. You're now asking for proof, cpu-z validations, and pictures in defense to being asked to confirm your original statement? You're the only person making claims and speculating about the E4300 performance.


Again, resorting to personal attacks is a sign of weakness. There's simply no place for them in intelligent forum discussions. Let's get back on topic and leave the childish antics for those "omg pwnzors" forums. In case anyone has forgotten, NamelessMC is implying that the average E4300 cannot obtain a stable frequency of 2.8 to 3.0 ghz on air cooling.
WRONG.

First, that wasn't a personal attack, it was a fact. Until you start posting proof, it will remain as such. Yet again, I have to reply to a post that doesn't have any facts or evidence. So, since I've dealt with 3 of your posts thus far already, and none of them have had any evidence in them, just your over-used laughing smiley and swagger and undertoned insults, I'll continue to state that you posting speculation without evidence is "all you do".

Second, my point on the E4300 hasn't been proven false, so it's more of a true statement than it is an implication or speculation.

I've dealt with the Allendale already. My friend bought it, tried it, hated it, sold it and went back to the E6300. His only reason for giving up the 6300 for the 4300 initially was because he needed good ram to get higher than 3.0GHZ on the 6300. The 4300 couldn't even hit 3.0 stable on 1.375 voltage.

Once he hit 1.475 voltage just to post at 3.0GHZ, he gave up and sold the chip. He had to sell it, because at that point he had to lap the IHS just to get a stable sub 60c load temp.

If forum posts aren't facts, then you're just an irrational person to argue with, and I'll just walk away from this thread, knowing I made my valid points to a someone that had no intention of making this a rational debate.
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WRONG.
blah blah blah blah
Fail.

Get back on topic, kthx.
    
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wow all I can say that is preposterous, arguing about how high a PIECE OF SILICON will oc.
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Fail.

Get back on topic, kthx.
Right, because I'm IMAGINING that 6 posters mentioned the 4300 on the first page right?

I'm not off topic, I'm on topic with the majority of posters.

Reported for trolling.

When everyone else says "Hay! The 4300 is a better buy at $20 more" in this thread, it's on topic, but as soon as NamelessMC offers his opinion, talking about the E4300 is off topic.

Double standards for the win?
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Reported for trolling.
Okay, you do that. However, the majority of your posts are defensive...and usually not for a good reason. You've been proven wrong on many occasions, and still feel the need to spew your opinions over everyone. If people don't agree with you, you just can't take it.

You've made petty personal attacks, and contradictory statements. It just gets irritating after a while.

Have a good day, sir.
    
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Okay, you do that. However, the majority of your posts are defensive...and usually not for a good reason. You've been proven wrong on many occasions, and still feel the need to spew your opinions over everyone. If people don't agree with you, you just can't take it.

You've made petty personal attacks, and contradictory statements. It just gets irritating after a while.

Have a good day, sir.
Agreed. You are pointing at people when you should be pointing at yourself for your wrong doings.
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I need to see how the E6x50 line fares up since it might be my choice in about a month.
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Fail.

Get back on topic, kthx.


Hey! Lookit my post count!

Seriously MC, every post I've seen you in ultimately ends in a war... "I looked and I saw a pale horse, his name it said on him was death, and hell followed with him"
    
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lol.
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Agreed. You are pointing at people when you whould be pointing at yourself for your wrong doings.
i agree

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