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http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...920-930-a.html

Check out this guide, worked well for me until I BSOD, ram related issue.

SB would be the easiest to OC from what i hear, but again, you run the risk of having a messed up mobo, but its supposed to only be about 15% max I think
    
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http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...920-930-a.html

Check out this guide, worked well for me until I BSOD, ram related issue.

SB would be the easiest to OC from what i hear, but again, you run the risk of having a messed up mobo, but its supposed to only be about 15% max I think
5% for General Use over the course of 3 years.
15% for Heavy Use over the course of 3 years.
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ah ok. is that with the none k cpus im guessing? if i cant get a k series i wont bother with oc'ing would be worth the time and effort edit: lol its for x58 my bad
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5% for General Use over the course of 3 years.
15% for Heavy Use over the course of 3 years.
figured someone would chime in with real numbers sooner or later, thanks
    
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ah ok. is that with the none k cpus im guessing? if i cant get a k series i wont bother with oc'ing would be worth the time and effort edit: lol its for x58 my bad

The non-k SKU's have been seen to go up to 4.2GHz, but that's the max using the turbo multiplier.
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eh idk about being a much better choice. slightly better maybe. but i found a 2300 i5 for 220 so ill get that until he tells me his budget. hopefully it will allow the 2500k so i can come back and ask about oc'ing the thing
this sounds like abuncha bullocks to me.
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uh why? http://www.umart.com.au/pro/products...id=2&sid=71642 bam instock.

and his budget it 1500. im assuming its including everything.. have to some changing and stuff. waiting on him to tell me if he does need a moniter and stuff tho
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uh why? http://www.umart.com.au/pro/products...id=2&sid=71642 bam instock.

and his budget it 1500. im assuming its including everything.. have to some changing and stuff. waiting on him to tell me if he does need a moniter and stuff tho
Wow that's expensive...

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remember thats aus$....
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Motherboards are the main problem for the SB, I just ordered my 2600k this past thurs (2/3/11) and it wasn't from ebay (still new to the forums so dono if I can just openly post where I got it from, if its cool I'll reply to this thread) and I paid $330 for it, so about an extra $5-10 from what I had planned on pre recall. and I'm seeing the 2500k CPU for $220, which is only ~$20 more than an i5-750, but you get an additional .5 GHz to make the jump to SB, and thats at stock speeds. IMO, go with the sandy Bridge, wait for it if you/he can, or try to find the motherboard now, the mobo you will have to pay high prices for though.

The prices I'm seeing are from mwave.com
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