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Hey guys hows it going?i was wondering if buying a 2600k and a Asus maximums IV Z67 and buying a danger den radiator box and 3 360 radiators and a powerful pump would be a good idea?how high would i be able to clock the 2600k.this is just to get a idea.thanks for any help
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It all depends on the chip. Probably around 5-5.2ghz
thanks and do you think that is enough to not be a bottle neck for 2 Asus mars ii.also when and were will those be available?just out of Curiosity:devil-smi
 

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thanks and do you think that is enough to not be a bottle neck for 2 Asus mars ii.also when and were will those be available?just out of Curiosity:devil-smi
Yes, it wouldn't bottleneck even at stock settings.
 

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You don't need 3 360 to cool one cpu.
i was also going to cool the mother board and ram but i doubt i am going to buy it.anyways thank you guys
 

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Please take a look at the 'Sandy Stable Club', link is on my sig. I just added a couple new things to the spreadsheet that I think may help you out, however, just to remind you, all cpu's are different, so the ones that you see on the spreadsheet may not overclock similar to yours, therefore temps will also be different, on that note ambient temps are also very important.

Hope that helps
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5 GHz should be very easy if your chip doesn't have some upper limit that some chips do.
anything higher than that is rare but possible if ur lucky.
 

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if it gets to 5ghz with relatively low volts, from there on usually its just up to you and how comfortable you feel with raising the voltage. I have seen some go as high as 5.4
 
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