Yeah I OC'd mine to 4.0 GHZ with the stock cooler and was seeing 70 C temps.....
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running stable as of now, might turn it down to 4ghz, have no need to have it on 4.7 tbh.
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4.7 GHz on stock cooler at 30c on idle? Now that is just slight to impossible for me to grasp. Are you really sure that IS the stock cooler?
Are you even sure the OC is actually working? Even getting it to 5.2 Ghz on a after market cooler is a feat.
Just so we are clear, this is the heatsink that shipped with my i5 2500k:
You got that pushing your CPU to 30c on 4.7Ghz?
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