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Old 02-24-2013, 12:54 AM   #1
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Default Overclock 3570K Temps and Voltage. 4.5GHz

So to stay steady my 3570K needs 1.31V to run 4.5GHz - No silicon Lottery winner here - ah well.

Should i leave it at 4.5GHz or push it further. I mainly run BF3 and PS and stuff like that - would i even notice a difference?

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What graphics card do you have?
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Old 02-24-2013, 01:22 AM   #3
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HD 7770 for now
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No need to oc it at all then.
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Sapphire HD 7950 on the way

either way it plays BF3 maxed out with this card...
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At what resolution and framerate?
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Yeah, those are good temps for that good of an overclock, but like Bigfella says, might as well wait until you get a better video card. That is the bottleneck in the system.
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1920x1080
not sure on the frames
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temps are good because of Delid and liquid ultra
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A 3570k at 4.5ghz will play any game at any settings and not be any kind of bottleneck whatsoever. You will notice zero difference going any higher.
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