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Titan Fenrir EVO enough for 2600K?

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I currently have this cooler on a 775 chip and it's pretty dam awesome but I've seen no one with it and a 2600K chip. Would the EVO be able to handle the heat at 4.5-5GHz?
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Well, I don't own a sandy bridge cpu but that heatsink is pretty beefy.

The E7300 is rated at a 65w TDP and the Sandy Bridge processors are at 95w TDP (I believe) and from the reviews they seems to run pretty cool.

I believe you wouldn't have any issues overclocking that high with the cpu-cooler you have but I'd get some a more concrete opinion from someone that owns one of the new Sandy Bridge cpus.
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