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Originally Posted by jrs77I want another high-end desktop chip with the IrisPro graphics pretty please.
That's not likely to be even a minor gripe for most enthusiasts tough
Originally Posted by 23RO_UKI can't say as I'm overwhelmed any by it's performance Antony, I have a 5.2GHz capable 6600k which holds a day to day overclock of 4.6GHz at well below stock voltage - would I be correct in saying the Z270 motherboards are backwards compatible for Skylake CPU's?
Originally Posted by maverik-sg1I wanted to see how my 2500K at 4.8ghz compared in Terragen, how do I get it run the same benchmark that your guys use?
Originally Posted by rolloThe voltage going through the chip is surely not long term stable. Which was always the goal of overclocking. Gain performance don't kill chip.
Originally Posted by chrisb2e9Looking forwards to the full review. My i5 2500K is still going strong and I see no reason to upgrade my 2011 computer.
Originally Posted by 23RO_UKI have a 5.2GHz capable 6600k which holds a day to day overclock of 4.6GHz at well below stock voltage
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