What temps will I be looking at a 24/7 stable 4GHz i5 3570k Overclock?

Just wondering estimates for idle and under-load temps.

EDIT: I'll be using the 212 Evo, and would changing the voltage be necessary for a 24/7 stable 4GHz overclock? Thanks.
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  1. well if you didn't change the voltage any then i'd expect about the same temps you get at with stock turbo
  2. Updated thread :/
  3. Well it depends.. 4GHZ most can get away without a voltage change. once you get to 4.2/4.3/4.4 then you might need to change volts a tad
  4. Rockdpm said:
    Well it depends.. 4GHZ most can get away without a voltage change. once you get to 4.2/4.3/4.4 then you might need to change volts a tad


    So if I change the voltage to 4GHz, I will be able to run stable 24/7 without changing the voltage?
  5. wait? What? No I am saying you can change the multiplier to 40 without changing any voltage numbers..
  6. You would have to test it to find out... You could have a really bad chip for overclocking, in which case you may need to increase the voltage, or you may have a very good chip and may get up to 4.5Ghz or even higher without changing the voltage.
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