What Clocks will i be able to get with a 2500k, Rasa RS360 Kit?

I wanna get 5 ghz 24/7 with the rasa RS360 kit on the 2500k do you think i will be able to also if you think i can, what temps do you think i will be able to get?
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  1. Depends on voltage used, also not all CPU's are created equal, you may not be able to hit 5Ghz
  2. Snipergod87 said:
    Depends on voltage used, also not all CPU's are created equal, you may not be able to hit 5Ghz

    What if i used 1.45 volts and could get to 5 ghz?
  3. wolfram23 said:

    Why the need of a "double" facepalm haha
  4. Because as stated above not all chips will overclock the same. You may get one that only does 4.4 even on water cooling and 1.5v.
  5. anort3 said:
    Because as stated above not all chips will overclock the same. You may get one that only does 4.4 even on water cooling and 1.5v.

    yea but i said in my post right after that guy said that i said well what if i got a chip that could do 5 ghz and 1.45v lol he misunderstood me now he gets the facepalm. bahaha
  6. The point is that it all depends on the circumstances. Temps will vary, voltages required will vary, and achievable overclocks will vary. You can do some research and maybe get a general idea, but the only way to find out is to do it.
  7. I am running my 930 at 4.1 with idle temps in the low 30s with full load temps around 46 to 50 so you might imagine that your 2500k will run a bit higher clock and cooler. I have the 240 kit so the 360 will be better.
  8. Quote:
    You don't NEED 5Ghz... Anything over 4Ghz is plenty for today's gaming unless your running quad GPU's



    Like they say mate it is a bit of a lottery dip.

    I agree with you although you dont need 4GHz+ the extra really ramps up framerate with dual cards is all I know.

    Degradation VS bang for buck .....the 2500k is so cheap, I would feel sick I brought a extreme. hehe

    I run ONLY 4.5GHz max 24/7 ........ but it is nice to gloat ! . lol jk

    http://img43.imageshack.us/img43/8894/5ghzm.th.jpg

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    On the upside the next owner in 9-12 months most likely will be happy to know he has a chip did 5GHz easy ;)
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