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Old January 4, 2011, 01:33 AM
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slides showed jan 9th, i believe.


you asked, i browsed :D

Intel Unveils Sandy Bridge: Core i7 2600K, i5 2500K, i5 2400, i3 2100 CPUs - Sandy Bridge Overclocking: How To - Legit Reviews

Next up, if you're going over 4.3GHz you'll want to change the processor Core voltage. 1.35v should be plenty for 4.5GHz. At 4.7GHz you'll likely want around 1.4v. Over 4.7 it will require quite a bit of voltage; we reached 4.9GHz at 1.55v. We are told that 1.6-1.7v is ok if you've got the cooling to handle it but it is strongly recommended not to exceed 1.8v. 1.6v is going to push it for 24/7 load operation on air cooling or something like the H50.
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