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Not done yet, but I'm at 4.6Ghz on 1.30v with water on an MSI P67A-GD65 so far. Strange batch number though it's 3101A103.

Stock intel sink sucks as you would expect. I was hitting 80C at only 3.4Ghz. Now using an old hacked up modified waterblock on a quad rad and overclock to 4.6, I'm hitting upper 50s, lower 60s with 24-25C ambients.

Anyhow, still working on it, but it made it to 4.6 without any extra voltage, just water...
I'm running this setup as well, same batch number, but I'll be running on air instead of water. As you mentioned stock cooler at 3.4 was right at 78C for me. Waiting on my Prolimatech Megahalem cooler to come today, will update later!
    
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I'm running this setup as well, same batch number, but I'll be running on air instead of water. As you mentioned stock cooler at 3.4 was right at 78C for me. Waiting on my Prolimatech Megahalem cooler to come today, will update later!
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MOAR batches!
    
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Installed my Prolimatech Megahalem. At a 4.5 with a 1.35v it idles around 34C, 4 hours of prime95 it hovers around 72C. Going to see if I can drop the voltage down a bit yet.

The difference between a stock cooler and one of these is insane. At 3.4 with the stock cooler it was idle around 45.
    
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Added my results and I am pretty sure my heatsink was holding me back from going higher or using less v.
 
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All updated, keep em comin folks!
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not mine but still pertains to the subject:

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Folks just a reminder for those of you filling out the form, please fill out all boxes, I have had few submissions with just cpu speed etc.

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