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    I think the more electricity you use the hotter your i7 will get.

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    And also don't push your i7 too far

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    Quote Originally Posted by yusuf6n View Post
    I want 4.3 ghz dude its on 3.4ghz
    Well, then it may be helpful if you provide the right info, dude...

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    Yeah, it's better to do some reading before... the guide MarshallR linked in his post is a very good point to start...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrissMyazz View Post
    Well, out of the box you have the Turboboost option, which let's the CPU easily make it to 3.9 GHz.
    I wouldn't advize you to go too far beyond that, as this CPU is not ideal for overclocking since it's hard to keep cool.
    The problem with the Haswell-based CPUs is that they have inferior thermal interface material between the CPU cap and the CPU die.
    I am however a tad jealous of your specs though..

    Hope this helps...

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    Unfortunately, i7 4930K is NOT Haswell, it's Ivy-Bridge-E. Haswell-E is coming this year and it will be an consist of 2 CPUs 8/16 and one entry level 6/12 core/threats,msupporting DDR4 RAM...

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    Its haswell man
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    sure, if you want it to be..

    But in the prints its Ivy bridge E
    UserBenchmarks: Game 22%, Desk 89%, Work 70%
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    Wind in my hair

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    Is better non oc??
    FRACTAL DESIGN DEFINE R4
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    CORSAIR DOMINATOR PLATINUM 16GB @ 2400MHZ
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    HDD WD BLACK 1TB
    SEASONIC G SERIES 750 WATT
    CORSAIR H100I + 4 NOCTUA FANS

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    Quote Originally Posted by yusuf6n View Post
    Is better non oc??
    Until you feel uncomfortable, it's better to not OC... you won't enjoy the process... - when you will be ready take it with small steps at a time...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteSkyMage View Post
    Unfortunately, i7 4930K is NOT Haswell, it's Ivy-Bridge-E. Haswell-E is coming this year and it will be an consist of 2 CPUs 8/16 and one entry level 6/12 core/threats,msupporting DDR4 RAM...
    Ur right, it is indeed Ivy Bridge E instead of Haswell, my bad...

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