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yur is 2600k unlocked core
mine is just 2600
i dont know much abt it so i have feeling that there might be something wrong

anyways thanks a lot guys to help me out
So? Unlocked just means I can set a higher multiplier. It doesn't mean its going to die just because you overclocked it lol.
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check its bro its 2600 but i can overclock now i have done to 4091MHz
http://img408.imageshack.us/i/34612208.png/

do my processor have any problem
please help me out
so wait, ***?

Pardon me for being so blunt but.. i cant help but notice that your FIRST cpu-z screenshow is showing the 2600k and the second one is showing the 2600.
Why is this?
    
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not only that, the CPU-Z versions are different too. LOL
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so wait, ***?

Pardon me for being so blunt but.. i cant help but notice that your FIRST cpu-z screenshow is showing the 2600k and the second one is showing the 2600.
Why is this?
that's becz of CPUz Version
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