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Anyone think/know if 3.4Ghz is do-able, without touching the ram? (timings 4-4-4-15, and v2.0?)
    
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Just curios, will it say "Black Edition" in CPU-Z, Belarc and stuff like that or? If you just had the cpu, how would be able to tell?
    
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CPU-Z will ID it as a Black Edition. The stock voltage is 1.3v I think, but don't push it too much. 3.4ghz is easily doable with a good mobo since your multiplier is already so high. If anything the high stock multi will allow you to manipulate the speed of your RAM more. With a Zalman 9500 (my personal fav HSF) I can see you getting a 20% speed increase by adjusting your mobo FSB. Read that whole guide and the RAM guide! You'll learn a TON!
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I did, but they are a little out dated thats why I was hoping for some personal tips from people with experience with newer CPU's and mobo's (such as mine), thanks for the help guys.
    
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