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how high do u think i could get one at stock vcore, runing 24/7, on ftock cooling? I need DC, i want Opty cus they pwn, but a 4200 is around the same price, but 400mhz faster
 

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Depends on the stepping you recieve, the ccbbe 0610 tend to hit 2.8 on stock vcore, my ccbbe 0617 can hit 2.7 on stock vcore. Though im cant comment about stock cooling though, I have never used stock.
 

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thx, but what do u think i can get it with stock?
 

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how fast do you want to run it just 400mhz on stock will be fine if thats what your asking<br><br>
edit- didnt see the last post, it all depends as every one is different but i would say prob atleast 2.4ghz on stock vcore and 2.6 with a small vcore bumb doable on stock cooling allthough i wouldnt recommend it
 

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ide like to go as fast as i can with stock everything
 

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You will be able to get 2.4 to 2.5GHz with stock VCore with the least overclockable stepping, CCBWE. Other steppings will be able to get a little higher with stock VCore. The thing with dual-core AMD's is they overclock like crazy on stock VCore, and they can gain a few hundred more MHz with just a little more VCore. After that they hit a brick wall that you need to get a watercooling setup or phase to keep it cool enough.
 

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If you feel up to the risk you can remove your IHS which is really a lot easier than it seems as long as you are very careful and take your time which will allow you to bump up your Vcore a couple notches and keep the same temperatures that you had before at stock Vcore. IHS=Internal Heat Spreader which is a little metal piece that sits on top of you actual processor chip and transmits heat to your heatsink. Without it in place you can get large decreases in temperature.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">You will be able to get 2.4 to 2.5GHz with stock VCore with the least overclockable stepping, CCBWE. Other steppings will be able to get a little higher with stock VCore. The thing with dual-core AMD's is they overclock like crazy on stock VCore, and they can gain a few hundred more MHz with just a little more VCore. After that they hit a brick wall that you need to get a watercooling setup or phase to keep it cool enough.</div>
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They run pretty hot, seem to pull more amps because it's dual core. Hotter than my Sandy single core, so stock cooling will be slightly limited, but just upgrade it later on when you can.<br><br>
2.8 GHz is pretty fast (possible stock cooling limit on CCBBE 0610DPMW)........until you start itching to push it higher. That's how high I got mine before I had to start adjusting the vcore.
 
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