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How far can an Intel E4500 go?

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How far do you guys think i can push my CPU without burning in and will be still able to use for quite some time? And am still on stock cooling
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cooling dont exspect much more than 2.4 2.6 with stock cooling the artic freezwepro7 is just about 20.00 or so and can get you abit more.I wouldnt worry about burn in to much this will happen when you start and stop your pc,good luck and hope you stay awhile.
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You can do 3.0 on stock cooling. As posted above the AF7 Pro will be much better and reasonably priced.

With better cooling you can easily do 3.2-3.4 for 24/7 use with no serious damage to that chip
http://processorfinder.intel.com/det...px?sSpec=SLA95

just stay under the intel spec of 73c (65c would be max IMO) and 1.50v (1.4875 to be safe)

I ran my E4300 at 3.24 24/7 with ease on a AF7 Pro
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