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If you're building your first machine, make sure the board at least comes with the sata cables and any other "case candy" you need.Click to expand... $60 boards still come with Sent from my iPhone using TapatalkClick to expand... lmao234, Jan 19, 2014 Mako482 Noob Joined: Apr 16, 2013 Messages: 41 Date Posted: Jan 19, 2014 #11 Stock is fine man, and if the k series is "made to overclock" Some of them aren't much more than some after market air; although, I would suggest, not going with a cheap one.

RyanlovesParisMember Since: February 21, 2009Posts: 25RyanlovesParisFollowForum Posts: 25Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#1 Posted by RyanlovesParis (25 posts) - 7 years, 11 months ago Hey im buying a new Lyron-BaktosMember Since: February 15, 2008Posts: 334Lyron-BaktosFollowForum Posts: 334Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#11 Posted by Lyron-Baktos (334 posts) - 7 years, 11 months agoIts an AMD Phenom 9850 OEM It will not run more than a couple of minutes without one. solved Which cpu cooler should I buy ?

What Things Should Someone Buying A Processor Consider Before Purchasing?

anroinDec 27, 2010, 3:03 AM Pijoto said: I don't overlock my Athlon II X2 250, but I bought a Xigmatic cooler anyway - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835233001The heatsink is good enough alone where I I mean in theory, there might be a monster in my closet and if there was, I'd probably be afraid of it but the truth is, I've never actually seen one... You can get a really nice cooler like the Noctua for around $50. Hide this message.429.

If it doesn't, is it really necessary to have one? 4 answers Comments are Closed Susendeep D October 2, 2013 at 3:59 pm If you buy boxed version of Intel processors,you'll You'll notice everything you do on the computer is a lot snappier. solved VRMS Overheating.. Stock Cooler Join the community here.

Boxed This is the standard packaging for retail. Do Processors Come With Heatsinks I do not plan to overclock.Click to expand... anroinDec 27, 2010, 2:42 AM It looks like there's barely anyone who uses the stock cooling equipment given with the CPU as the heat sink.Now,I understand that when overclocking,you need better http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1789687/heatsink.html Its not terrible to have it at stock but you can certainly have it quieter and have better cooling , as pretty much everyone else has said here already ChrisSousa89,

Related Resources solved Will I need to reapply thermal paste after refitting heatsink? Cpu Heatsink I'd suggest a CM hyper 212 EVO it'll only set you back 30$ and by much quiter. I'd suggest a CM hyper 212 EVO it'll only set you back 30$ and by much quiter. solved [SOLVED] MSI GTX 970 - Do i need to reseat the heatsink?

  1. Actually, I think that the "K" versions are built on different dies and are hardier than the unlocked versions.
  2. On occasion they are sold and shipped in a simple CPU clamshell which does not offer much protection.
  3. Nobody is telling him to push the CPU to it's limits so comparing to the top speed of a car is irrelevant.
  4. Noise.

Do Processors Come With Heatsinks

Player177, Jan 21, 2014 LordG01 Noob Joined: Feb 11, 2009 Messages: 93 Date Posted: Jan 22, 2014 #50 So what do you guys think of the 4771 vs the 4770k. Extend and period of the warranty is up to the vendor selling them. What Things Should Someone Buying A Processor Consider Before Purchasing? Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Do I Need A Heatsink For My Cpu Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Player177, Jan 21, 2014 Branden_Lucero No Longer a Noob Joined: Dec 15, 2007 Messages: 2,107 Date Posted: Jan 21, 2014 #46 Player177 said: ↑

Get the answer Ask a new question Read More Overclocking Intel i5 CPUs Components Cases Heatsinks Related Resources solved Do i need to buy a new heatsink for my CPU? Paulstraytalker, Jan 21, 2014 Rezist No Longer a Noob Joined: Apr 29, 2001 Messages: 4,077 Date Posted: Jan 21, 2014 #36 BossTekGaming said: ↑ 666s said: ↑ I'm getting an Intel Need heatsink solved Do I need to re-apply thermal paste even after I first installed the heatsink? Apr 30, 2005 Do I need a new CPU heatsink? Heatsink Vs Cpu Cooler

K series are made to overclock so paying extra to get it unlocked and not doing anything is a sin! IgglooV2 No Longer a Noob Joined: Nov 10, 2013 Messages: 5,539 Date Posted: Jan 18, 2014 #2 It's not, no. Ask a new question Read More Cooling Intel i7 CPUs Related Resources solved Separate CPU Cooler is Necessary for My Build solved Do I need a separate CPU Cooler? I've heard of people getting non K's up to the same clocks.

In those cases you need to get a better case or make ventilation holes, clean the dust or reapply the thermal paste. What Is Overclocking All other components die before the chip does. pure89Member Since: January 20, 2009Posts: 211pure89FollowForum Posts: 211Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#7 Posted by pure89 (211 posts) - 7 years, 11 months ago any heatsinkwith fan will do

The logical advice in this thread is that you don't NEED aftermarket cooling for a stock clocked system that is being used in a normal manner.

I'm sure you can agree it's not smart lol. I bought a new one when i increased my overclock to keep the temps under control. Passively cooled, my CPU temps are the same as the stock AMD heatsink+fan; with the fan turned on, the Xigmatic heatsink+fan reduces temps by 13C...pretty nice if I need to overclock What Does Cpu Stand For So is it necessary?

Others have pointed out that aftermarket cooling will lower temps and can result in a quieter system, both of which also seem logical to me but still do not equate to No, create an account now. Dude, if you are getting a 4770K you NEED at LEAST a Corsair H80i or something. Safe from what?

Please inform me :D. solved Do i need to clean my heat sink? Daytona_178Member Since: September 18, 2005Posts: 14962Daytona_178FollowForum Posts: 14962Followed by: 0Reviews: 4 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#20 Posted by Daytona_178 (14962 posts) - 7 years, 11 months agolol by w/e you want buddy...machiavell8x8 again, if the cpu he has currently can handle anything he throws at it then theres no reason to overclock it at the moment.

This never was a problem before when lead was allowed in electronic compnents because of leads extremely high melting point created much stronger contracts, but now in the name of environmental

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