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is there a database i can look up that shows a range of different cpus and how far they have been overclocked under certain kinds of cooling? ive got 3 little mini projects that i want to find a reasonable goal for.
    
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Google.com?

Just search for the specific chip + overclocking and you should find a ton of info from different sites.
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To help narrow down your search; CPU stock cooling, is worse the an aftermarket fan cooling, which is less effective then watercooling.

Then I'd reverse your question, to which CPU I want to buy and have fun OC'ing. You see every CPU is different, even two of the same. So even if you find this database, which I bet you won't, since we generally don't work that way, you'll find out that your purchase may not have exceeded your expectation.

I suggest you by a CPU according to speed, need and budget and have fun overclocking while using either your stock or an aftermarket fan, or for best results watercooling. If you're lucky, your VID will be low and your CPU will overclock better and produce less heat!

Have fun and good luck!
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Originally Posted by Gunderman456 View Post
To help narrow down your search; CPU stock cooling, is worse the an aftermarket fan cooling, which is less effective then watercooling.

Then I'd reverse your question, to which CPU I want to buy and have fun OC'ing. You see every CPU is different, even two of the same. So even if you find this database, which I bet you won't, since we generally don't work that way, you'll find out that your purchase may not have exceeded your expectation.

I suggest you by a CPU according to speed, need and budget and have fun overclocking while using either your stock or an aftermarket fan, or for best results watercooling. If you're lucky, your VID will be low and your CPU will overclock better and produce less heat!

Have fun and good luck!
i knew that much im not entirely new to the scene. i have come upon a database like i was asking for i just cant remember it.
    
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post #5 of 6
There's not an actual database
But its verry common that X cpu reaches xx speed and Y cpu only reached yy speed.

Then again, some of the same cpu's might be a bad one and OC xx less then the avarage.
It also depends on what cooling your using. Stock cooling dousn't help much at all.

Just search arround on google.
Or post a thread asking help out here

With cpu's, there's never an accurate number
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is there a database i can look up that shows a range of different cpus and how far they have been overclocked under certain kinds of cooling? ive got 3 little mini projects that i want to find a reasonable goal for.
Twitch, check out this site: http://www.amdgeeks.net/overclockdatabase.

Some of the processors don't have many results listed but I guess it's better then nothing. Just use the, "Search by filtering" to narrow down your search.

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