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05 Sep 2012  

Windows 10 Home Premium 64bit sp1

Well this depends on what Board ,Ram you have

On air can reach 4.5 easy but this take s tweeking both FSB and Multiplyer along with some Cpu v-core

Most people Oc via multiplyer which isn't the right way to OC this kind of chip

It's FSB loves to be Oc'ed which can get you higher and faster memory readings

When you are overclocking take in to mind you have to disable turbo and manual set everything

The best thing you can do is go on youtube and check out tutorials on how to acomplish it most of it is trial and error

Im running a 8120 overclocked to 4.4Ghz I have even ran it up to 4.5 and 4.6 Ghz

also i am using aftermarket cooling which is a must when you are hitting over 4Ghz

I would just do tons of Reading and invest a little cash into better cooling option as it does get fairly hot when it is pushed beyond it's turbo limits
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