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Thats very good. What cooler are you using?
 

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Im seeing in your pic 85-86c on a couple cores. Which is a bit to rich for my blood. Sure it wont hit that high in anything else...but still a bit to much for my liking.
 

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Looks good, but I probably wouldn't go any higher until you get better cooling. Compare with other's in the spreadsheet available in the Stable club
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Vcore set to 1.22 and you're getting 1.35v? massive vrise, are you using Extreme LLC? take it down a notch and increase the vcore to 1.35v or thereabouts.
 

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Looks like a decent chip, about the same as the 2500K I helped my friend OC recently.
 

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Looks good, but I probably wouldn't go any higher until you get better cooling. Compare with other's in the spreadsheet available in the Stable club
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This, your processor is at the t-case temperature (72 C) right now. I wouldn't push farther until you can get cooler, but with decent cooling you should be able to get 5 GHz.
 

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We must have pretty close chips. I can get 4.8 @1.34, highest I've gone is 5.25, not stable, but enough to do like super pi
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. I paid $65 for my h50 and it keeps it nice and cool.
 

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Looks like a pretty good chip as long as it stays stable.
 

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NZXT Havik 140 is perfect for you ,comes with 2 decent fans,clearance for RAM slots,leaves VRM's open to air as well as actually blowing air over them the way the fans are situated.It's a lot narrower than the Noctua.
 

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Looks like a good chip..I wouldn't push it higher until/unless you get better ccooling..like something along the lines of a raystorm block...
umm..you could disable 2 cores and get a little headroom if you want to see how high it will go.Possibly even max it and still stay under "deadly" temps
 

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Okay I bought the Noctua NH-D14 SE2011 so that should tackle the temps.

Also I forgot to update my specs but I installed a Capstone 750w PSU right before I started overclocking.
 
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